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Full text of "Catalogue of the officers and students of Spiceland Academy : at Spiceland, Ind. for the year .."

REYNOLD? wierORfCHL 

GENEALOG\ COLLECTION 




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SriCELANT) SCHOOL. 



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CATALOGUE 



OF THB 



OFFICERS AND STUDENTS 



OF 



SPICELAND SCHOOL, 



AT 



SPICELAND, IND. 



FOR THE 



Year Ending 6th Month 16th, 1865. 



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WITH CALENDAR FOR 1865-6. 
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J. A. DEEM, PRINTER, KNIGHTSTOWN, IND. 



CATALOGUE 



8 PI ('ELAND ACADEMY. 

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SPICELAND SCHOOL. 



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SPICELAND SCHOOL. 



The School is under (he care of tlie following committee, ap- 
pointed by Spicehtnd Monthly Meeting: 



SOLOMON MACV, Spiccland, Ind 

JAHUN WILLIAMS, Spiecland, Ind 

LLlSHA IIAMMKK i-piculand, Ind 

ENOCH MAi;V Itnightslown, Jnd 

DAVID KDWAUliS Spiccland, Ind 

JOHN HI ATI Snieeland, Ind 

SUSANNAH LDWAKDS Sjicoland, hid 

MARTHA COOK Spiccland, Jr.d 

ANNA GORDON .■ Spiccland, Jnd 

SARAH SVMONS, : Spioidand, ind 

ANN IS. PLEAS Spioclaiid, Ind 

l'iliSClLLA MACV, Bpicoland, Ind 

RERECCA HI ATT, i^piceland, hid 

ANNA J. PORCH, Spiccland, Ind 



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INSTRUCTORS. 



CLARKSOX DAVIS, 
■Principal and Teacher of English Literature. 

SAMUEL ( OWC ILL, 1J. S., 
Teacher of Natural Science and Matliematics. 

LUZENA TIIORNDURG, A. 15., ^ 
Teacher of English .Grammar, Latin and French Languages." 

IIANXAH E. DAVIS, 

Teacher of History, Geography, and Assistant in 
Primary l'ej artmeiit 

S. ELM A IIOUGIJ, 

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Associate Teacher in Primary aud Intermediate Departments. 



#ST D is expected that the corps of Instructors reniaiii- 
about the same lor the ensuing year, except that the number 
will bo increased. 



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SPICELAND .SCHOOL. 



HIGH SCHOOL/ ,( 



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NAMES. nU31I)KXCKS. 

•y NathVm Hrovrn Clinrlnttcsvitte, Ind. 

4 Richard I5oori< Spiceland, Ind. 

EH Cook Sjtireland, Indiana. 

LindJy Etl wards Spiceland, Indiana. 

Tlionuis Cause ^..^ v ..., Kniirhtstown. Indiana. 

-/ Sainiiel Griffin i;..f.\.''..^..'.;...f?.:.- ) . n X.«»Uch, Indiana. 

j George V. lIaync6,..*.A^.^.V.j.-.'.t.V.-;# Shnrpsvilic, Indiana. 

Ephrahn 0. Harvey Fainnount, Indiana. 

James Harvey Sligo, Ohio. 

.(Albert Ilenlr A.u.M a.JMijMW^tle, Indiana. 

/ Amasa M. Jenkins. . A$-5 .Mid. . . .Dny ton, Ohio. 

Lewis II. .Tones Joiioscboro, Indiana. 

•4»David Mote West Milton, Ohio. 

-j, T. C. Mote. West Milton, Ohio. 

Paris II. N'cwlin Bridgeport, Indiana. 

Nathan Ncwbv Spioeland, Indiana. 

Nathan Nixon ..Spiceland, Indiana, 

Eli Parker , SpiooIand, Indiana. 

Benjamin Picas. .«>. ...» — _ --picdan 1, Indiana. 

- John Si i e rid a ^..•■fT. ■.'.(. .«....&.' SpieoJnmh-dndiana. 

Samuel Swain />. .. ...[...$., Pendleton, Indiana. 

■ Jonah W. Sanders. Jk3iVA5.^!'. r /.?.t?T.. .Wmwtl^ndlana. 

James Stafford... V&N .Vl^'AA. (.*....". NtWRTR tie, Indiana. 

* ' George Sy twins n...!,':. 1 .;: Spfcrtend, Indiana. 

"\\ illiain Williams. A^...' SfvmtlfMK'l, Indiana. 

Peter H. Wright Fairmount, Indiana. 



•~l Louisa Pales Knijilitstown, Indiana. 

Kate Bond Newcastle, Indiana. 

Emily Bogue Spioeland, Indiana, 

{ Marietta Bogue .Spiceland, Indiana. 

Christina Boone Spiceland, Indiana. 

Margaret Hrown Charlottesville Indiana. 

J» Lizzie A. Cook Spiecland, Indiana, 

Debbie Kdwards Spiceland, Indiana. 

4 Mirirtni KHis SpioeluiRl, Indiana. 

Mary Hiatt Spicclaradj Indiana. 

Martha Hiatt Spiceland, Indiana. 

Lizzie Ileacock Dorti, Indiana. 

* Elmira Jacobs Pendleton, Indiana. 

Hhoda C. Jones West Milton Ohio. 

-\ Mary Johnson ?. Coffin's Station Indiana. 



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Hannah Larrance Chester. Indiana. 

Carrie Macy Spioeland, Indiana. 

•f Louisa Maxwell [, ori , Si Indiana. 

y»Mary Maxwell Lotus, Indiana. 

Abbic Newby Spiceland, Indiana. 

Mary C. Pedriek Richmond, Indiana. 

Elvira Pearson Spiceland. Indian. 

Maria Stanley Spiceland, Indiana, 

Maria Wiles Coffin's Station, Indiana. 

Hettie Wiles Coffin's Station, Indiana. 

* Deceased. 

Number of Students in High School, 51, 







GRAMMAR SCHOOL. 



NAMES. REXIDEXCEK. 

Abncr Alexander Go'sport, Indiana. 

David Kales .Americas, Kansas. 

Stephen Baldwin..) Spiecland, Indiana*!* 

Emorv C Bogue Spiceland. Indiana. 

Charles Cain mack Mil (on, Indiana. 

Anson Coppook West Milton, Ohio. 

J. W. Copcland Lcwisvillc, Indiana. 

Henry Lthvards Spieolaud, Indiana. 

Reekley i)ecm..f^ Spiceland, Indiana 

7 John Cause.. ..!^}.*.V.*W/. \V..L!j... .{.£.:, Spiceland, Indiana. 

Thomas Cause, ft. Itavsville, Indiana. 

iana. 



Clarksou llausc.....7..f*..f.'.!'.».A.*./. Pnytivillr, lui 

Bareklay (iau.se .' K.nightstown, Indiana. 

Allied Hall , Spiceland, Indiana. 

William Harold Coffin's Station, Indiana. 

Nathaniel Harvey Slijro, Ohio, 

William Hiatt Spiceland,"! ndiana. 

Harvey Hodges.. .*Uf»-,ort. Indiana. 

/ Henry llodges LSrfX.&£.U.\ Go.if.ort, Indiana. 

-|- Benjamin. V. Huilleson Coffin's Station, Indiana. 

./.Joseph II. Hunt! Charlottesville, Indiana. 

I Jesse Hcdrick Lewisvillc, Indiana. 

Alvin Jenkins Dayton, Ohio. 

Henry W. Jones „ Pleasant 'lliil, 



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SP ICELAND scnooL. 



j:AM!?a. KES1DENCKS. 

D. W. Jny...^!r.r.:.i.'?... , .* J1 '. i :.....« WMfttam, Ohio, 

John 1). .UAii\u....fJ.-..:)...f'..\.A.: ivowifwude, Irid 

George Kelley Shawhari Station, Xy 

William Langi»t0«i.~)..« i < JaraicI, In'd 

Henry Mather /VA.Jr.?.ttA.\',. 1, .V.£. ../J.*.! (ki^oiv .OJiio, 

Franklin Mcrclifh. Sfdoohmdv hid** 

EH Mil ikon Sp! x'w.ul, lad 

/M d Newby...... J A^..- Oplfen, Ind 

ThJlnas :M;wl.y..0..i.V.7:'..J.i'.:.'. /k..9. ^[xwwiiwr+r^nd 

Edmund Osborn Spiceland, ind 

John Penrose Jdetca, Ind 

U. T. V'nkpv\^...s).\. % .s...... ...... ....i Newcastle, hid 

Joseph i'vio i'^S. Ci a y fe wfitir . — 

Calvin liatiit;-' Spiceland, hid 

William t'cwl Richmond, Ind 

Lindlcv StaiTord Newcastle, Ind 

Charles Sroddom Lebanon, O. 

William ."-'to wart Coffin's Station, Ind, 

Mark Synions Spiceland, Ind 

Soth Symons t'picchuid, Ind 

John Tumor Day ton, < t 

Nathan Thurmon Spiceland, hid 

Samuel Until an k liichmond, Ind 

Moses Walton, Spring Valley, O 



Mary Balienger Spiceland, Ind. 

^Charity Butler SpicclflnJ, Ind. 

Susan Cisson Collin's Station, Ind. 

Ella Cook Spiceland, hid. 

Ann:3 Cochrane , '-picehuid, In<l. 

Mary CopelanJ ....Spiceland, ind. 

Ellen Cloud Spiceland, hid. 

Louisa Collin Coffin's Station, Ind. 

Addie Evans Spiceland, Ind. 

Fannie Franklin ir'barpsville, hid. 

gallic Franklin Sliarjiavillc End. 

Lydia Gordon Spiceland, Ind. 

Nancy Harold Collin's Station hid. 

Sarah Hi ro!d Coffin's Station, Ind. 

Jennie lindson Coffin's Station, Ind. 

Lavinia Holiday Doming, hid. 

Nancv Hoilowiiy Newcastle, Ind. 

gallic Nc?dham. Sharpsville, Ind. 

•xebpcci IV.rkcr Spiceland, lad, 

]■',!«■ I Perkins Spiceland, Ind. 

■Ni .iJj-i Pearson Spiceland,, Ind. 

Susan Small Greensboro, Ind. 

Hattie Stiars Lawrence, Ind. 

Anna Stanton... Sagro, Ind. 

Eli^a. Jano Scovcll Spiceland, ind. 



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K AM US. UG31DE>rCi:3. 

Maggie Stafford Newcastle, Ind. 

Edith Sheridan Spiceland, hid. 

Aseuath Sheridan, Spiceland, hid. 

Mary Scars Coffin's Station, Ind. 

Mary Stultbs Spicehuid, Ind. 

Jcnnk: ' (.'albert Lotus, hid. 

Josephine "albert Lotus, hi<5. 

Martha Thornburg Anderson, hid. 

Naomi Un thank Spiceland, hid. 

Margaret Wright Fairmouut, Ind. 

Jennie White Salem, Iowa. 

Mary Wiekersham Lewisville, Ind. 




Number of Students in Grammar School, 84. 



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INTERMEDIATE DEPARTMENT. 



kamks. Krsinrscr.a. 

Theodore Applegatc, Ogdcn.Ind. 

Charles I«>m:o , !. Spiceland, Ind. 

Calvin IJui.lpr '. Spiceland, hid. 

Jonathan I Sonne Spiceland, Ind, 

Henry Dickinson Snieeland, Ind. 

IJcn.'.jah Dickinson Spiceland, Ind. 

.Tosia'h Edwards Spiceland, hid. 

Nathaniel Edwards Spicehmd, Ind. 

Jasn«? Franklin Sharpsville, Ind. 

William Follows Lewisville, Ind. 

Oliver Cause Spiceland, Ind. 

Furnas 1 [oiling worth Oregon, 0. 

Samuel liiatt Spiceland, Ind. 

Edward IJLiatt Spiceland, Ind. 

Jason Hollovray Newcastle, Ind. 

Samne! Home.* , Jonesboro, hid. 

James Iloalton Spiceland, hid. 

David Ilodson Coffin's Station, hid. 

Lcander James Spiceland, Ind. 

Horace Johnson Coffin s S ration, lad. 

Lindley Johnson Ogden, hid. 

Ezra Kelso Lewisville, Ind. 

George Lindamood Spiceland, lad. 



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SPICELAND SCHOOL. 



XAltBS. p k, . „ RESIDENCES. 



John M«red!th.tf^.a.U.L\\.L'..{.' £J$ .f.Jtpraehnd, Ind. 

Krnory N'ewby Spiceland, Ind. 



John M<wr l: ' t - "^'^ 1 " L 1 ( 1 ' ' 
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Frank Nccdham..: Sharpsvillc, Ind. 

CliarlM \V. I'a^o Centerville, Ind. 

Jacob Smith Lebanon, Ohio. 

Tfenmas Smith Ojiden, Ind. 

Levi Scott Fairinount, Ind. 

Henry Surber Gosport, Ind. 

Asher Sheridan .Spiceland, 1ml. 

Milton Symons Spiecliind', Ind. 

Charlton Thomas Coffin's Station, Ind. 

Willie. Watson .Lewisville, Ind. 

Edmund Webster Spiceland', Ind. 

Gamaliel White Kni;:htstown, Ind. 

Jlenrv White Spicelandifitod. 

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Lizzie, Allen Newcastle/ Ind. 

Scmira Bales Kniiihtstown, Ind. 

Jennie Dasyc Spiceland. Ind. 

Elvira Charles Milton, Ind. 

Einiliuc Charles Milton, Ind. 

Anna .1. Cloud Spiceland, Ind. 

Yireiia Commons Collin's Station, Ind. 

Amanda Commons Collin's Station, Ind. 

Sina Dawson Cadi/., Ind. 

Martha Pebonl Coffin's Station, Ind. 

Sarah Dehord Coffin's Station, Ind. 

Sarah JFalv Spiceland, Ind. 

Sarah Iliatt : spiceland, Ind. 

Mary J. IFeiily Newcastle, Ind. 

Susan .1. Hulley Ojidon, Ind. 

Eunice Ilollinjrsworth Oregon, Ohio. 

Lydia Hoiloway Newcastle, Ind. 

Emily Macy Spiceland, '' 

Anna .). Meredith Spiceland, " 

Maggie Nichols Charlottesville, " 

Ella Piokett Spiceland, " 

Alice Sheridan Spiceland, " 

Elma Stafford Lewisville, " 

Amanda Unthank Lynnville, Iowa, 

Elvira Wickersham Lewisville, Ind. 



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Number of Students in Intermediate Department, 63. 



SPICELAND SCHOOL. 



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PRIMARY DEPARTMENT. 



STUDENTS. 



Charlie Fallengcr. 
Luther Cloud. 
Willie F.dw aid*. 
Rico Evans. 
Albert Cause. 
Mordccai 1 Iiatt. 
Frank Huston. 
Emory Lindamood, 
.lames Meredith 
Adolphus Ncwby. 
Willie Torch. 
John Seovell. 
James Stubbs, 
Willie Syinons. 
Mickcl W. Thomas. 



Wilson Isasye. 
Preston Chad wick. 
Levi I'Mwards. 
( 'hristophcr Foster. 
Clinton Harold. 
Oliver lliatt, 
( Uivcr K( in\ orthy. 
Maishall Martin. 
Marshall Meredith. 
John Patterson. 
Linnaeus Torch. 
John Sin ridan. 
John Stubbs. 
Frank Symons 1 . 
Joseph Webster. 



Freddie Butler. 
Joshua 1 'iekinson. 
George Fvans. 
Samuel Cause. 
Samuel Hardin. 
Simeon Healton. 
Albert Lindamood. 
Julius Maey, 
Harvey McCombs. 
J. M. Patterson. 
Curtis Hod^crs. 
Joseph Stubbs. 
Thorn as Sulscr. 
Frank Tuvlor. 
William VVhite. 



Sarah Dasyc. 
Ella Fo^ue. 
Eva Cloud. 
Marie Cochrane. 
Mary KVans, 
Martha K. Hodson. 
Sarah Hodson. 
Lucy Harrison. 
Dora Kersey. 
Melissa A. Martin. 
Emily A. Poe. 
Elizabeth Small. 
Ella Taylor. 



I Emma Bnllenger. 

Mar^aline Barley. 

A liec ( 'oflin. 

Eoliiie Picks. 

Martha Foster. 

Anna Hodson. 

Mary Hodson. 

Scmira Hiatt. 

V ictoria Layfon. 

Sarah Ncwby. 
Abbic Foe. 
Emma Symons. 
Louisa TJnthank. 
Amelia Winslow. 



Fnmia Bradley. 
Louisa Cook. 
Amanda Coffin. 
N arc i? ;;a Evans. 
Martha Healton. 
Martha Hudson. 
Lizzie Hockctt. 
Mary Kersey. 
Mary Lamb. 
Laura Patterson. 
Louisa Poe. 
Khoda G. Symons. 
Mary E. Wilson. 



Number of Students in Primary Department, 85. 



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COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT. 



NAMES. KntlDENCHH. 

Benjamin Albertson Collin's Station, Ind. 

Sun ford Baldwin Jonosboro, Ind. 

Julius Coffin Coffin's Station, Ind. 

Joseph Cloud Spiccland, Ind. 

Nathan Davis -j'oncshnro, Ind. 

Win J. lliatt Milton, ind. 

John Mae.v Spicoland, lnd. 

Samuel Macy Spicoland, Ind. 

Jonathan Meredith N. 0. 

Charles G. Smith Richmond, Ind. 

Joseph Thomas Now Garden, Ind. 

Nunmbcr of Student? in Commercial Department, 11. 

Whole Number, 204. 

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COURSE OF STUDY. 

Primary Department— GRADE C. 

Spelling, WiiljoJi'H Primer & Chart Lessons. 

CHADS B. 
Spelling, First &. Second Headers, Writing with Pencil, Draw- 
ing and Oral Lemons in Arithmetic & Geography. 

GRADE A. 

Spelling, Third Reader, Writing, Felter's Primary Arithmetic, 
and Oral Lessons in Geography. 

INTERMEDIATE DEPARTMENT. 

Spelling, Writing, Fourth Header, Felter's Arithmetic No. 1. 
Geography. 

GRAMMAR SCHOOL. 

Spelling, Writing, Reading, Geography completed, Felter's 
Arithmetic No. 2., Grammar to False Syntax, Physiology and 
U. Si History. Single Entry Book-keeping optional. 



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HIGH SCHOOL. 



FIRST YEAR. 

KIK.1T TERM. 

Grammar , (Browns). Algebra, (Itzy). Latin, (Harkne$» 
in Jiuuk), History. 

PECOXJ) TERM. 

Algebra. (J?ay). Natural Philosophy, ( Wells). Latin, (Hark- 
nets 2nd Book). History. 



SECOND YEAR. 

Ifr..-T TEKM. 

Geometry. ( Robiiuon). Chomi.-sify, (Slockhardt). History. 
» easar, ( Andrew *). *- 

pkcoxd t:::l*i. 

Trigonometry, ( llobutuon). Rhetoric, (Xtteman't). Vir- 
gil, (Frieze * ) 



THIRD YEAR. 

FIRST TERM. 

Analytical Gcometrv,( Loomix.) Mental Philosophy, (Haven.) 
Cicero's Orations, (John.ion). Geology. 

FECONT) TERM. 
Calculus, (Loomis). Logic, (True), Horace, (Odes). 



FOURTH YEAR. 

FIRST TERM. 

Astronomy, (fferschell). .Analogy of Natural and Revealed 
Religion (Butler). Cicero's Tusoulon Disputatious. Consti- 
tution ot the United States. 

EKCO.N'D TERM. 

Political Economy. Moral Philosophy, (Dymond). History 
of Civilization, ( Guizol ). ' 



fll'ICKLAN'D SCHOOL. 



ENGLISH COURSE. 



FIRST YEAR. 

FtilSt TERM. 

Grammar completed, Algebra, Physical Geography, ( War- 
ren.) History. 

SECOND TERM. 

Algebra, Natural Philosophy, Rhotoric. 



SECOND YEAR. 

FIRST TERM. 

Geometry, Chemistry, History or Comparative Geography, 
Lectures on English Literature, ( Read], 
SECOND TERM. 
Trigonometry, Chemistry continued, Botany (Gray), 



THIRD YEAR. 

FIRST TERM. 

Analytical Geometry, Mental Philosophy, Geology begun, 
Constitution of the United States. 

SECOND TERM. 
Calculus, Logic, Geology continued, Botany continued. 



FOURTH YEAR. 

FIRST TERM. 

Astronomy, Analogy of Natural and Revealed Religion, 
Mechanics. 

SECOND TERM. 
Political Economy, Moral Philosophy, History of Civilization. 



WST'Composition Writing attended to throughout the course 
Arrangements will be made to give instructions in Greek to 
those who desire it. 

BSTStudcnts who complete either of the prescribed courses 
of study will be entitled to a Diploma signed by the Instruc- 
tors and the Clerk of the Committee having the school in 
charge. 



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COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT. 

This embraces a thorough course or study in Book Keeping 
both by bingle and Double Entry, in its application to Whole- 
sale and Retail Merchandising, Commission, Rail-Roadiug 
•banking, <fcc. ; also Parson's Laws of Business. 

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EXAMINATIONS. 

Public examinations ociuir at the close of the "Winter and 
Summer Terms. 

. Students are required, at the end of each month, to pass a 
written examination on Hie advancement made in studies during 
that period. No student, either when iirst entering the school, 
or afterward, is allowed lo enter any < irndo or Department, who 
cannot pass a satisfactory examination, on the precedin" 
studies of the course. ° 

LECTURES. 

Lectures arc given fr>;'|Ufintlv on Literary and Scientific 
subjects. Those on Natural S -ien ;e a'-n illustrated by exper- 
iments with Philosophical and Chemical Apparatus when the 
subject requires (heni; 

LITERARY SOCIETIES. 

The Grammar and the High Schools, each, have a Literary 
society connected with I hem. 

GOVERNMENT. 

The Discipline of the school is intended to be mild and 
firm. As far as possible students are taught to govern them- 
selves. A regular record is kept of the deportment of each 
student., a copy of which will be furnished to parents and 
guardians when desired. Those, whose influence is injurious 
to the school, will not be admitted a s >e m l time, and when- 
ever circumstances require it thev will be dismissed. 

general" items. 

This School is under the control of the Society of Friends, 
and Students will he required in company with 'the Teachers 
to attend meeting for Divine Worship in the middle of each 
weelc. They are also expected to attend at some place of wor- 
ship on the First Day of the week. Scripture recitations aro 
required ot all tho School, and each student should be provi- 
ded with a Bible. Students aro required to observe reguiar 
houra for utudy during the evening. 



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SPICELAND SCHOOL. 



HATES OF TUITION. 



Primary Department. 



Hrado C. 30 cts per week, Hate per quarter of 12 -weeks, §3.00. 
(Iradc 15 35 " " " " •• $4.20. 

Grade A 40 " " " " " 84.80. 



Intermediate Department. 



CO cts per week, Rate per quarter of 12 weeks, §7.20. 



Grammar School. 



70 cts per week, Kate pur quarter of 12 weeks §3.40. 



High. School. 



H) cts per week, Rate per quarter of 12 weeks, $'J.G0. 



Commercial Course. 



Time unlimited a 20 00. 



Tuition will lie charged from the lime the pupil enters 
school till the close of the terra. No deductions made for ab- 
sence, except in cases of protracted sickness. Prompt pay- 
ment is expected, — by strangers in advance, by resident citi- 
zens at the close of the terra. 

Hoarding can he obtained at as reasonable rates as at other 
schools. The past year the cost has been $3.00 per week. 



Vacations. 

There will be a vacation of one week between Christinas 
and New Year's, and one of three weeks following the close of 
the Winter Terra. 



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CALENDAR FOR 1805 & 186(5. 

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The 1st Term begins Sth mo. 2Rth IFO'i ( r„ 

" i , ,. , i . \ in session 

emls l(/in i,io. Oih, KM,;, } AVt . ( . k . 

The 2nd Term begins JC.h on, *«h ,*$-,. f In ^ 

mm „,„, / ,V " lH "'«'• "•'« ! '. W>. I is weeks, 

odiena hogms 3rd mt , Ji»th, im. f I„ ^Wion 

e'><l-s o<h in,, i;2 ( J, 1>M. I ]5 wcd;t) 



01 in.t (me > 1 f-.;«in. 

\ hen n,-cc r ary, ,,,.,»• , !,->. , x. ill he »„r,,„ni for the accoin- 

modution of t i< m> who <4 1 iiu i- M | , ,,| ■ , «;i .1 1 • 

. . Mi-eoi until the LopiLiim^ 

ol Ine second tvi u: to 



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ftpRMAX CLASS. 

A Normal Class will be formed dnrhur fho first, fonr works 

tVt *T Jcm ' b !:r n r 81,1 ™ Dnrinir that tin,,' 

the regular corps of Teachers will be assisted hy other US 
encod [ns rnctors and the l>rimnry ami intermediate I { . 
ments will be used as Model Schools. Those who coLmEo 
teaching dunng the wmter will find it to their advantage to 

Tuition for the Four "Weeks §4.00. 



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SPICELAND SCHOOL. 



LOCATION. 
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The nchool is located in the village of Bpiceland, 
Henry Coimty, Indiana, two and a half miles north of 
Coffin's Station on the Indiana Central Itail Road. 



8PICELAND ACADKMY. 1 



CATALOGUE 

OF TUB 

_ 

OFFICERS AND STUDENTS 

i * k )\Y VI of i ; 
SPICELAND ACADEMY, 

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AT 

SPICELAND, IND. 

FOR THE 

Year Ending 6th Month 22nd, 1866. 

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WITH CIRCULAR FOR 1866-67. 
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I'LAINFIELT), IND: 
J. A DEEM, CALORIC PRINTER. 
1806. 



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SPICELAND ACADEMY. 

Tim School is under the care of the following commute*, ap- 
pointed by Spiceland Monthly Meeting : 



SOLOMON MAOY. 
ELTSItA HAMMER. 
DAVID EDWARDS. 
SUSANNAH EDWARDS. 
ANNA GORDON. 
ANN E. PLEAS. 
REBECCA ill ATT, 



.JASON" WILLIAMS. 
ENOCH MAC Y. 
JOHN II I ATT. 
MARTHA COOK. 
SARAH SYMONS. 
PRISCILLA MACV. 
ANNA J. PORCH. 



SPICELAND ACADEMY. 



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INSTRUCTORS. 



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CLARKSON DAVIS, 

i'rincipal. -.» 

SAMUEL COWGILL, P. S. 
Teacher of Natural Science and Mathematics. 

EDWARD TAYLOR, A. P>. 
T , ;l ,h,r of the Creek Language, and of English Literature. 

LUZENA TIIORNPURG, A. B., 
Feaeher of English Grammar, Latin and French Languages. 
HANNAH E. DAVIS, 
Teacher of History and Geography. 
S. ELMA HOUGH, 
Teacher in Primary Department. 

FLVIR\ M PEARSON, f Assistant Teachers, dur- 

_ „ *.-_ . j . ii' Term 



DN, f Assi 



MARIETTA ROGUE, \ ing Winter Term 



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SPICELAND ACADEMY. 



HIGH SCHOOL 



NAMJ3S. RESIDENCE. 

David hale* Toledo, Kansas. 

John II. Bini'ord Carthago, Ind. 

Eli II. Under Collin's .Station, hid. 

15 W. Cox Greensboro, Ind. 

Eli C< ok Spieeland, hul. 

Edwin Cowgill Dallas, Ohio. 

Edwin 11. Borland Okalosa, Iowa. 

Lindley Edwards ....Spiceland, Ind. 

J.'iiics Harvey Slijuo, Ohio. 

1. (dry Hall... West Milton, Ohio. 

]].*ii'\ey Hodges Gosport, hid. 

Henry llodpw Gosport, Ind. 

Harrison Hubbard Monrovia, Ind 

J.<".i is llodson Bangor, Iowa. 

Samuel Itorne lonesboro, hid. 

John Hod»es Newcastle, hid. 

A : i ( r t H.-nh- Newcastle, Ind. 

Isir.el IloWin^sworth Selnia, Ohio. 

J. "wis ,1 'iK's Jnnosboro, Jnd. 

Henry \V. Jones Pleasant Hill, 0. 

John Macv Sjiicoiai'd, Ind. 

Jesse Meiidmihall Ncweasti •. " 

Andrew Morrow hi., -bm-o, ' : 

David Mote West M.ilion, Ohio. 

VV. I'. Marsh UreeiUield, Ind. 

A in 1 1 rose New Iowa. 

Thomas Now by S, Iceland, Jnd. 

John Nixon Spiei la id, " 

Nathan Nixon Spiceiand, " 

lienj. I 'leas Spiceland, " 

John Sheridan Spiceiand, " 

Jol n Kwai Pendleton, " 

John D. Tinner Dayton, Ohio. 

Wjii. V/ond Cleveland, hid. 

Hubert O. Woods Spiceland, " 



Majrjiie Brown Oharlol'w.ville, 

Mary Ballcinier SpicoJand, 

E- 1 her Coir-rcsiiall New Carden, 

E'i/a A. Edwards Spiceland, 

1 ! hide Kd wards Spiceland, 

I. Jia (!ordon Kniirhlstown, 

Mary Iliatt Spiceland 

Martha Iliatt Sjiicchind, 

Ellen S. llenly Newcastle, 

Lizzie Hcacock Dora, ' 

Carrie Macy Spiceland, 



SPICELAND ACA DEMY. 



- -— 

NAMES. nEHIUFNCK. 

Mary J. Macy Spiceland Jnd. 

Sue. K;tpor Thorntown " 

Maria Stanley Spiceland, " 

Abhio A. Seott Fairhaven, Ohio. 

Maria Wiles Coffin's Station, Ind. 

llettic Wiles Collin's Station Ind. 

Number of Students in High School, 53, 

GSAMMAfi SCHOOL 

NAMES. KESJOKNCE. 

Oliver Eallen<:er Spiceland, hid. 

Isaac Brown Pendleton, hid. 

Jonathan Boone Spiceland, Ind. 

Charles Bogne Kpieclaml Jnd. 

Emory C. liogue Spiceland, Ind. 

Frank Branson t'ninntown, Ohio. 

Si •(•lien Baldwin Spiceland, hid. 

Wiitiam Bales Toledo, Kansas. 

Levi Copeland Spieelarid,' hid. 

Edward Collin.... Cleveland, hid. 

James Cooper '. Bulla.-, Ohio. 

Lewis Caidwdl Coffin's Station, Ind. 

Sanford Davis 'onesboro, hid. 

Henry Dickinson Spiceland, Ind. 

Charles Dickinson Leavenworth Jnd. 

Beckiey Deem Spicehn.d, hid. 

Henry Edwards Spiceland, Jnd. 

Jo-uah Bdwards Spiceland, Ind. 

Albert Manner Raysville, hid. 

Jasper Franklin Sharpsville, Ind. 

John (Jiui.se Spiceland, Jnd. 

Ciarkson Cause Ilaysviilc, Jnd. 

William II. Harold Collin's Station, hid. 

William Iliatt Spiceland, Ind. 

Samuel Iliatt Spiceland, Ind. 

Jeremiah Hunt > Webster, Ind. 

B. I? Hudelson Coffin's Station, Ind. 

Luther K. Hudelson Coffin's Station, Ind. 

Daniel Hen'Iy Monrovia, hid. 

David Henly Newcastle, Ind. 



SI'K' ISLAND ACADKM V 



N'AMIX, RKSIOJ'.M S. 

Jnincs Iladley Clarksvillc, Ohio. 

Leander James Spiceland, Ind. 

Lindlev VI. Johnson Coffin's Station, Ind. 

Lindlev Jackson Farmland, Ind. 

Charles Janion Pendleton, Ind. 

Ezra Kelso Lewisville, Ind. 

Valentino McN'cer Pendleton, Ind. 

1 >;i\ i < I Newly Ogdcn, Ind. 

JaineH II. Nicholson Coffin's Station, Ind. 

A. .1. New (irecnlield, Ind. 

Kdward JYelle Cambridge City. hid. 

Orlando Pearson Wast Milton, Ohio. 

Hosea I'eamm \\ est Milton, Ohio. 

Lennder Pickering Cadiz, Ind. 

HmIiis Pickering Newcastle, Ind. 

florin? Pickering Middhitown, Ind. 

(c(>(i!'^c l!;iv] Sjiici dand, Ind. 

Win. It Stewart (Vfiin's Station, Ind. 

Mai 1 !' S mons SpiccJand, hid. 

^pui Sviiimi ; Spiceland, liid. 

( h'b'inas ('. Smbh Ogdc.n, ind. 

Xrii-njah Ktravtnii Uiohmond, Ind. 

M. .!.. Si.-- -in O'dlin't! Station, hid. 

Ralph ('. Smyer West, Sonora, Ohio. 

( harlton Thomas Wos-i Sonora, Ohio. 

Nathan Th urn ion Spiceland, ind. 

Win. Towiistiml Monrovia, ind. 

Samuel K. Lntbank Ltiehmond. ind. 

James Cnthank Wodnster, Ind. 

M-im-s Walton Spring Valley, O. 

Oaiualiel White Spwoland', ind. 

Ilcnrv VVliito Spiooland, ind. 

Lor i ii jr Williams Spiceland, ind. 

Marcus Wit- .n , Spiceland, ind. 

(Jcor''o V'oimjr Collin's Station, ind. 



Jennie JStisyp Spiceland, hid. 

Louisa Bond Webster, Ind. 

Lizzie ItulTkin Cadiz, Ind. 

I'll hi Cook Spiceland, Ind. 

Anna J. Cloud Spiceland, ind. 

Ulleii Cloud Westfield, hid. 

Klvira Charles Milton, hid. 

Emilinc Charles Milton, hid. 

Viretta Commons Collin's Station, hid. 

Amanda Commons Coiiin's Station, Ind. 

Anice Cochran Spiceland, Ind. 

Maria Collin Cleveland, ind. 

Ellen Coffin Coffin's Station, Ind. 

Louisa Coffin Coffin's Station, Ind. 

Maggie Clark Chester, hid. 

Rachel Camm:' •>. Spiceland, hid. 



SPICE LAND ACADEMY. 



N'.VMHS. KBSII»KS«K. 

Eutina Edgerton Milton, Ind. 

Addie Evans Spic«land, hid, 

Marianna h'iiott ICaysvillc, lint. 

Sallio Franklin Sharpsville, Ind. 

Fannie Franklin Sharpsville, Ind. 

Sarah J. Fulghiuu NewCardcn, Ind. 

Kllen Oood '-• Pendleton, Ind. 

Jemima Hunt Webster, Ind. 

Margery A. Harvey Spiceland, Ind. 

Mary K. ITolloway. ..{Spiceland, hid. 

Nancy llolloway Spiceland, hid. 

Lydia llolloway Spiceland, Ind. 

Mary J. Henley Newcastle, hid. 

Nancy Harold. Collin's Station, hid. 

Sallic Harold Collin's Station, Ind. 

Jennie Hudson (%t** n > L'id. 

Sail:.', liiatt Sprin-dale, Kansas 

Matlie K. Jones Median ioshurg, Ind. 

Kniily Mao.y Spiceland, Ind. 

Sallie Nced'ham Sharpsville, Ind. 

Maggie Neeilham Sharpsville, hid. 

Rebecca Parker Spicehuid, hid. 

AtiL'ie Pickering Newcastle, hid. 

Seiiiira itayj Spiceland, Ind. 

Asenath Sheridan Spiceland, 1ml. 

Sopbronia Small Itaysville, Ind. 

Esther Saint Greensboro, Ind. 

Mary Stubbs Spiceland, Ind. 

AnnaM. Stanton , Lagro, hid. 

Lizzie 'j'uitle, Spiceland, Ind. 

Martha Thornburg Anderson, hid 

Mattie Wood..'. Spiceland, Ind. 

Lydia IS. Wood Spiceland, Ind. 

Addie Woodard Kaysville, Ind. 

Number of Students in Crummar School. Ill 



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INTERMEDIATE DEPARTMENT. 



-0:o- 



NAMK*. BBMDK.yrjS. 

John Baldwin Spiceland, Ind, 

James Blankenship , (iosport, Ind. 

Elvvood liutlcr .. Coffin'* Station, Iiad. 



SIMCCLA.VD ACAD KM V. 



IIHSWENCK. 

Frank Dundy Elizabeth Gilv, Ind. 

Jesse Burnt Spiceland" Ind. 

Albert Ctimsin^liivn' Eaton, Ohio 

llwood Ciuunuick Spiceland, Ind! 

John Caiuriack SpicoS ird, Ind. 

Albert Cmui Coflin's Stat.on lud. 

Freemani < 'rum . Collin's Stati >n Ind. 

Wilson Ca dwell Covin's S'afi.ii!.' Ind". 

Denajah Dickinson SnicelciMl Ir-d, 

Nathaniel V. 'ward- SpieHiind, \y<\. 

Levi Edwanls SpIcoJo <u\. U"\. 

George Evan? Spiceland, ind. 

Rice Ev.un Spfijt 'arid, Ind. 

Oiiw v Cause SnitK d, Ind. 

Willie Gard SJiarpsvil!.., Ind. 

John (3(khI Indianapolis, Ind 

John Havs Collin's St, lion, Ind. 

Geor^fi Dully O/.ic; , Ind. 

John 1 1 nil v Otfdcn. ind. 

•la nn ! [olluway Snim In) !, ind. 

Join II,.<|m;.m .'. <b,. )c.Y, Ind. 

3). f-rmk Hudson O.avlcn, Ind. 

J.i:\i llodson ' ijiiiM'l.. r>,i , Ind. 

Lindsay llodson Spicoland, Ind. 

Edward lliatt Sjin'n^daic, Kansas. 

Henry llamv Dublin, Ind. 

Ilni'ill'R JolltlsOll : n:\'n; a >V. it \, Ind. 

Frank \. .Jones X'.huv. 1ml. 

Albert [jind.iniood SpicK,ui i, ind. 

Julius Macy Spiec'-u- i Ind. 

Frank Needliain Sharps/i'.-, Ind. 

Emorv \ "why Sni(ii*!:tn-i, Ind. 

Willie l\i r*di Spiceiand, Ind. 

I /ark in Fickeriiifi Cadiz, Ind. 

David N. Robinson Wabash, Ind. 

Curtis Rogers , Coiiin's SlaJion, Ind. 

Charles A Seholieid Indianapolis, Ind. 

Charles .1. Sobo'licM Indianapolis, Ind. 

Gewr<rc Swartzol Dayton, Ohio. 

Ivor Sears 0.;dui , Ind. 

Frank Taylor Spice and, Ind. 

Jos ■ i »h Wood Crcenshoro, Ind. 

Willie k A'al on Lcwisville, Ind. 

Win. A. Wise- Piqua, Ohio. 



Lizzie Allen Newcastle!, Ind. 

Sallie Rasye Spieeiand, Ind. 

Sen.ira Dales lyniphtstov.n, hid. 

Julia Hoiid We.bsti r, Ind. 

Anna Hornet Collin's Stat, m, Ind. 

Louie Cook Spiecland, Ind. 

Martha Cox Coffin'u Station, lud. 



KPICKDAND A.CADKMYT. 







RESIDENCE. 

NAMES. 

, ... Foiceland, Ind. 

Einma Ca.nmack Apiceland. Ind. 

Lizzie Cammack Coi'i'a Station, lud. 

Sarah D.vbord .Co Ilia's Station, Ind. 

Debbie Debord ■•»■ Leftvohwort h, Kansas. 

Alice Dickinson Sbarpsvillc, Ind. 

Josephine j.iirrf Sluirpsville, Ind. 

Alice Gard-.-.j. Coffin's Station. Ind. 

Martha E Griffin UJin „ d ; n(i . 

Susan J Unity Sharpsville, Ind. 

Flora Haynes ().rden, IncL 

^H i0 H '" lson West Elktoa, Ohio. 

Mary Jones Spiceland, Ind. 

K»» '."; k,,,t Spiceland, Ind. 

v Saint nWffle, Did. 

£ ,Ut : t *T\"'ti .'.'.■."■'.'.'.'..'Indianapolis, lad. 

Marra S(dio!;cld ^iccland, ind. 

Almcda Spoilman Z... S -Iceland, Ind. 

Juliet W ood ' 1 

Number in intermediate Department, 72. 

PRIMARY DEPARTMENT. 

Wilson Basyc Charlie Hallen-er. Frank Ikitjm. 

I „ al)i,kinson. John Den, nsy. U.lhe Edwards 

S£¥E? X"'ii5U L-i Hoove, 

Albert ll.uamer I Tl We Jcssup. Em »ry Dmdamood. 

Linnaeus I'orch. John Patterson. J'*'" ' «"J;«- 

^rSuir s'ss. 

irTJS Washington, tfm. W White, 

K £ Hattio Ifapie. Eln.ua Hallen-er. 

»V T i. Mir.' Ha^lev EvaCl.iud. 

Alice Handy £f fl fii * Amanda CoOin. 

Maria I'ochran. jvliee » oain. 

iSho Dcbord. Susan Hebord. ^ £ter 

Nareissa Evans. Maryv.va.15. Mai t.ia 08 tor. 

Marv Ilullv. Anna II att Eu.ina Harold 

Martha Hudson. ^einira Diatfc. Martha l^son. 

Hudson. . Sarah llodson. Lome J.n.nson 

O C Johnson. Abbie Kialey. Sarah Newhy. 

, , Kirmi Pop AblllO 1 00. 

fcVcpo, Aln,ira«n. 

Me.indaSI.erida, KS 

SI wllrsham. Uichilla Wood. Charlie Willow. 

Mary Window. Dclle. Winslow. Mary \\ duama . 

J Libbic Wilson. 

Number in Primary Department, 76. 



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SPICELAND ACADEMY. 



COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT. 



NAMES. RE8WENC& 

Richard Bonne Spiccland, Ind. 

Drnry Dcbord Coffin's Stat ion, I ml. 

Alfred Hull Spiccland, Ind. 

Elam Harris Jonesboro, Ind. 

Win. Morrow Centre, N. C. 

Calvin RatlifiF. Spiceland, Ind. 

John Saint Spiceland, Ind. 

Debhie A. Parker Raysville, Tnd. 

Number in Commercial Department, 8. 

WHOLE NUMBER, 323. 

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COURSE OF STUDY. 



PRIMARY DEPARTMENT. 
GRADE C. 

Spelling, Wilson's Primer <fc Chart Lessons. 

GRADE B. 

Spelling, First & Second Renders, Writing with Pencil, Draw- 
ing, and Oral Lessons in Arithmetic & Geography. 

GRADE A. 

Spelling, Third Reader, Writing, Feltcr'^ Primary Arithmetic, 
and Oral Lessons in Geography. 

INTERMEDIATE DEPARTMENT. 

Spelling, Writing, Fourth Reader, .Felter's Arithmetic No. 1. 
and Geography. 

GRAMMAR SCHOOL. 

Spelling Writing Reading, Geography completed. Felter's 
Arithmetic No 2., Grammar to False Syntax, Physiology and 
«U. S. History. Single Entry IJook-kccping optional. 



SPICELAND ACADEMY. 



HIGH SCHOOL. 

o 

FIRST YEAR. 

FIRST TEH M. 

Grammar, (Brown). Algebra, (Kay). Latin, (Harkness' 
1st Book), History. 

SECOND TERM. 
Algebra, (-Bay). Natural Philosophy, ( Wells). Latin, 
(Harkness 2nd Book), liistory. 



SECOND YEAR. 

FIRST TERM. 

Geometry, (Robinson). Chemistry, (Stockkardt). History. 
Ceusur, (Andrew). 1st Creek Hook, (IJuvkuess). 

SECOND TERM. 
Trigonometry, (Robinson). Rhetoric, (Xcicman), Virgil, 
(Frieze). Anabasis, (Boise). 



1 THIRD YEAR. 

FIRST TERM. 

Analytical Geometry, (Loomis). Mental Philosophy, (Ha- 
ven). Cicero's Orations, (Johnson). Geology, (Dana), Greek 
Testament, (Greenfield). 

SECOND TERM. 
Calculus, (Loomis). Logic, (Whatcly). Odes of Horace. 
Iliad of Homer, (Aalhon). 



FOURTH YEAR. 

FIRST TERM. 

Astronomy, (IlcrscheU). A nalngy of Natural and Revealed 
Religion, (Butler). Cicero's Tusculan Disputations. Consti- 
tution of the United States. Plato's Apology of Socrates, (Ty- 
ler). 

SECOND TERM. 
Political Economy. Moral Philosophy (Dymond). History 
of Civilization, (Guizol). Phillipics oi Deinostnones, (Chapin). 



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SPlCELAtfl) ACAIIEMY*. 



ENGLISH COURSE. 

— 

FIRST YEAR. 

FIRST TERM. 

Grammar completed, Algebra, Physical Geography, ( War- 
ren) History. 

SECOND TERM. 
Algebra, Natural Philosophy, Rhetoric. 



SECOND YEAR. 

FIRST TERM. 

Geometry, Chemistry, History or Comparative Geography, 
Lectures on English Literature, (Heed), 
SECOND TERM. 
Trigonometry, Chcmistiy continued, Botany {Gray). 



THIRD YEAR. 

FIRST TERM. 

Analytical Geometry, Mental Philosophy, Geology begun, 
Constitution of the United States. 

SECOND TERM. 
Calculus, Logic, Geology continued, Botany continued. 



FOURTH YEAR, 

FIRST TERM. 

Astronomy, Analogy of Natural and Revealed Religion, 
Mechanics. 

SECOND TERM- 
Political Economy, Moral Philosophy, History of Civilization. 

CiS" - Penmanship taught on scientific principle?. 

Students, who complete either of the prescribed courses of 
study, will lie entitled to a Diploma signed by the Instructors 
and the Clerk of the Committee having the school in charge. 

8®°° Text books and stationery arc kept in tho School, and 
furnished to students at reduced prices. 



STICKLANI) ACADEMY. 



J 3 



EXAMINATIONS. 

o:0 

Public examinations occur at the close of the Winter and 
Summer Terms. 

Students are required also, at the end of each month, to pass 
a written examination in tin; advancement made in studies dur- 
ing that period. No student, either when first entering the 
school, or afterwards, is allowed to enter any Grade or Depart- 
ment, who can nut pass a satisfactory examination on the pre- 
ceding studies of the course. 

LECTURES. 

Lectures are given frequently on Literary and Scientific sub- 
jects. Those on Natural Science are illustrated by experi- 
ments Ayith Chemical and Philosophical Apparatus, when tho 
subject requires th<»m. 

LITERARY SOCIETY. 

The Iliirh S.di... ' lias a Literary Society connected with it. 
The Students of the other Departments receive instruction, 
weeh'v, in English Composition, 

GOVERNMENT. 

The Discipline of the school is intended to be mild and firm. 
As fur as possible students arc taught to govern themselves, 
and at the same time inllueuces for good are brought to bear up- 
on tin; proper developement of character. A regular record is 
kept of the deportment of each student, a copy of w hich will 
be furnished to parents and guardians when desired. Those, 
whose influence is injurious to the school, will not be admitted 
a second time; and whenever circumstances require it they 
will be dismissed. 

GENERAL ITEMS. 

This School is under the control of the Society of Friends; 
and Students will oc required in company with the Teachers 
to attend meeting for Divine Worship in the middle of each 
week. They are also expected to attend at some place of wor- 
ship on the First Day of the Week. Scripture recitations are 
required of all the School, and each student should be provided 
with a Bible. Students are required to observe regular hours 
for study during the evening. 

LIBRARY. 

In the School is a small but valuable Library of standard 
works to which students have access on tho payment of a 
small sum yearly. 

VACATIONS. 

There will be a vacation of two weeks following tho close 
of the Winter Term ; and one often weeks following the close 
of the academic year. 



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SPICELAND ACADEMY. 



RATES OF TUITION. 



Primary Department. 



Grada C 40 cts per week, Kate per quarter of 12 weeks, $4.80. 
Grade It 45 " " " " " $5.40. 

Grade A 50 " " " " " $6.00. 



Intermediate Department. 



60 cts per week, Kate per quarter of 12 weeks, $7.20. 



Grammar School. 



70 cts per week, Kate per quarter of 12 weeks, $8,40. 



High School. 



80 eta per week, Kate per quarter of 12 weeks, $9,G0. 

ffjr Tuition will be charged from the time the pupil enters 
school till the close of the term. No deductions will be made 
for absence except in case-^ of protracted sickness. Prompt 
payment is expected ; — by strangers in advance; by resident 
citizens at the close of the term. Business of all kinds is now 
reduced to the cash system. 
Boarding can beobtained in private families near the school at 
reasonable rates. The pa6t year the cost has been $3,00 and 
$3.50 per week. 



SPICELAND ACADEMY. 15 



INSTRUCTORS FOR ENSUING YEAR. 



EDWAKD TAYLOR, A. B. 

Superintendent ; and Teacher of Greek, History, and English 
Literal ire. 

SAMUEL C. CWGILL, B. S, 
Governor; and Teacher of XaUi-al Science and Mathematics. 

LTJZENA TilORNBURS; A. B. 
Teacher of English Grammar, Latin and French Lang ua.gcs 



Teacher of Geogr.vp'i / an 1 Penmanship. 

S. ELM A UOUGH, 
Teacher in Prbnrry Department 



The above regular corps of Instructors will be assisted 
during the Winter Term, if noct.ssary, by competent associates. 



lo.: 



SPICELAND ACADEMY. 



CALENDAR FOR 1SGG & 18G7. 



The 1st Term boffins fllh ino. lOfch, 1866, 
ii ii ends 10th mo. 12th, 18bt>, 

The 2nd Term begins 10th mo. 15th, 1806, 
ii " ends 3rd mo. 1st 18 b/, 

The 3rd Term begins 3rd mo. lfcth 1867, 
a ii eil ds 6th ino. 2Sth 1807, 



In pession 
5 weeks. 
(In session 
\ 20 weeks. 
( In session 
\ 15 weeks. 



B@T la arranging the course of study the 1st and 2nd 
2»Jff«» the accon, 
virion tfSEftbo do not enter school unnl the begmmng 
of the 2nd term. . „ , 



LOCATION. 



:o: 



The m ^fcf^fta^ IK 

Sa?S^1Sr^aI KaiW- Mails are 
received daily. 



EBB&TUM : On 4, for Joho Swain road Samuel Swain. 



J 



.a 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



FOR THE 



Aeaiemleal Year 



1869-70. 



AND 



CIRCULAR FOR 1870-71. 



RICHMOND, IND. : 

TELEGRAM STEAM BOOK AND JOB PRESS. 

1870. 



INSTRUCTORS. 

CLARKSON DAVIS, A. M., Superintendent. 
Teacher of Moral and Mental Science. 

WILLIAM B. MORGAN, A : M., C. E., 
Teacher of Mathematics, Philosophy and Chemistry. 

LUZENA THORNBURG, A. B., 
Teacher of English Grammar and Latin. 

HANNAH JO. DAVIS, 
Teacher of Geography, History and Botany. 

MARTHA A. MACY, 
Assistant in Grammar and High School, and Teacher of heading. 

SARAH H. MORGAN, 

tchcr in Intermediate Department, and Assistant Teacher of English 

Grammar, 

II. LAV! XI A BAILEY, 

Teacher in Primary Department, {Winter Term.) 

MATTIE JONES, 
Teacher in Primary Department, {Summer Term.) 

MORRIS P. WRIGHT, A. B., 
Will take the place of William B. Morgan for the ensuing year. 



lATALOGUE OF lTUDEK[TS. 



HIGH SCHOOL. 



SENIOR CLASS. 

KAJIKS. lUiSiDKSeKL 

Eli II. Cook, Spiceland, Indiana. 

John J. Stubbs, West Elkton, Ohio. 

SECOND Y EAR. 

Richard G. Boone, Spiceland, Indiana. 

Aaron B. Boll, Millviile, Indiana. 

Nathan Brown, Charlottesville, Indiana. 

B. W. Cox, Greensboro, Indiana. 

David Henly New Castle, Indiana. 

Ulias Henly, Monrovia, Indiana. 

.Jacob Hill Arha, Indiana. 

Alvin II. Jenkins, Dayton, Ohio. 

Walter 1). Jones, West Milton, Ohio. 

A. W. Jordan, lilountsvillo, Indiana. 

Lindlcy H. Johnson Dunrcith, Indiana. 

John Johnson, ( Ivokoino, Indiana. 

Richard I!. Pedrick, Richmond, Indiana. 

John Sheridan, Spiceland, Indiana. 

Dallas Sisson, Dunrcith, Indiana. 

Mary V. Ballenger, . .Spiceland. Indiana. 

Maggie Brown, Charlottesville, Indiana. 

Viretta Commons, ' Dunrcith, Indiana. 

Amanda Commons, Dunnith. Indiana. 

Eliza Edwards, Spiceland, Indiana. 

M. Jennie Elliott, Spiceland, Indiana. 

Mary J. Macy, Spiceland, Indiana. 

Mary V. Stubbs, ". Spiceland, Indiana. 

Louisa Wickersham Lewisville, Indiana. 

FIRST YEAR. 

Elias Allen, Wcstfield, Indiana. 

Oliver Ballenger, Spiceland, Indiana. 

Alfred Brown, Charlottesville, Indiana. 

Jesse Bales, Spiceland, Indiana. 

W. P. Bogue, Fairmount, Indiana. 



Catalogue of Spiceland Academy. 



\UIKN. HKNIIIKNClt. 

Quincy A. Blankcnship, Paragon, Indiana. 

Emory "C Boguc, Spiccland, Indiana. 

Irvin Gam mack, Arba, Indiana. 

Sanford Davis Jonesboro, Indiana. 

Josiah Edwards, Spiccland, Indiana. 

Nathaniel Edwards, Spiccland, Indiana. 

Edmund Fall, Thorntown, Indiana. 

Charles W. Oriflln, Doming, Indiana. 

Samuel Hiatt, Spiccland. Indiana. 

David Haisley, Arba, Indiana. 

Horace Johnson, Dunreith, Indiana. 

Thomas V. Johnson, Warrington, Indiana. 

Frank B. Kerinard, Omaha, Nebraska. 

R. Morrisson Laccy, New Garden, Indiana. 

William Lewis, Plainficld, Indiana. 

Kohert fi. Mitchell, Spiccland, Indiana. 

Thomas Newhy, Spiccland, Indiana. 

Winslow Neal, Fairnionnt, Indiana. 

Thomas J.Nixon, Fairmotmt, Indiana. 

Adilison Ncwlin, Plainficld, Indiana. 

Josiah Out land, Spiccland, Indiana. 

William Outland, Spiccland, Indiana. 

Albert Paxton, Dnnrieth, Indiana. 

Jesse Pickett, Thorntown, Indiana. 

•lesse 15. Stanley, Richmond, Indiana. 

Sidney Stuart, Spiceland, Indiana. 

Willie Wilson Dunreith, Indiana. 

Marcus Wilson, Spiceland, Indiana. 

Arthur Wickersham, Lcwisville, Indiana. 

Andrew Wooten, Richmond, Indiana. 

Henry Gr. Wright, Watseeka, Illinois. 

Oliver White, Dublin, Indiana. 

David Wccsncr, Marion, Indiana. 

Robert L. Wilson, Fairmount, Indiana. 

Mira Bales Spiccland, Indiana. 

Lauretta Ballard Spiceland, Indiana. 

Anna J. Binford, Charlottesville, Indiana. 

Marv A. Brown, Charlottesville, Indiana. 

Helen Blackman New Castle, Indiana. 

Jennie Blackman, New Castle, Indiana. 

Lydin Beard, Arba, Indiana. 



| Catalogue of Spiceland Academy. 5 


NAMKN. 


HKBIDKYCK. ; 








.... Dalton, Indiana. 




Dunreith, Indiana. 








Opden, Indiana. ; 








Mechanicsburg, Indiana. 




Knightstown, Indiana. 








. ..Bridgeport, Indiana. 




. Spiccland, Indiana. 












. . . Lcwisville, Indiana. 




Lcwisville, Indiana. 




.... Dunreith, Indiana. 


Mattie E. Talbert 


Lcwisville, Indiana. 








Richmond, Indiana. 




. .New Garden, Indiana. 




Knightstown, Indiana. 


1 t ^.+. 




COMMERCIAL 


COUBSE. 


Including Booh Keeping by Single and Double Entry and Penmanship. 




Knightstown; Indiana. 




Thorntown, Indiana. 




Monrovia, Indiana. 




Dayton, Ohio. 




. . Blountsville, Indiana. 




. . . .Omaha. Nebraska. 




Richmond, Indiana. 


Marcus Wilson 


Spiceland; Indiana. 


r 


. . Watsecka, Illinois. 



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Catalogue of Spicelaad Academy. 



GRAMMAR SCHOOL. 



NAMK9. RKSIDKXCK. 

Theodore Applegate, Ogdcn, Indiana. 

Alphcus Baldwin, Greensfork, Indiana. 

George Boyd Dunreith, Indiana. 

Jeremiah Ballard, Spiccland, Indiana. 

Jonathan Boone, Spiccland, Indiana. 

Lorenzo Bunday, Spiccland, Indiana. 

David Bond, Peru, Indiana. 

Charles Bond, Peru, Indiana. 

George R. Cranfill, Warrington, Indiana. 

William Copeland, Spiccland, Indiana. 

Ichabod Cook, Spiccland, Indiana. 

Benajah Dickinson, .' Spiccland, Indiana. 

Rice Evans New Castle, Indiana. 

Levi Edwards, Spiccland, Indiana. 

Willie Edwards, Spiccland, Indiana. 

Martin Fentress, Spiccland, Indiana. 

Horace Grillin, Crown Point, Indiana. 

Jason Hollo way, Spiccland, Indiana. 

Charles Hunnicutt, Economy, Indiana. 

Levi Hoover Spiccland, Indiana. 

W. Martin Hinchman, Rushville, Indiana. 

Emory Hudclson, Dunreith, Indiana. 

Morris Hudclson, Dunreith, Indiana. 

Isham DIaysc, Lcwisville, Indiana. 

Isaac Hunt . . . . Wcstland, Indiana. 

Win. Henry Hunt, Wcstland, Indiana. 

Clinton Harold Dunreith, Indiana. 

Charles Johnson, Dunreith, Indiana. 

Ephraim Jones West Milton, Ohio. 

William J. Jones, West Milton, Ohio. 

Winlield Jackson, Knightstown, Indiana. 

Frank M. Kcnnard, Spiccland, Indiana. 

John A. Lowe Spiccland, Indiana. 

William Millikan, Spiccland, Indiana. 

John W. Murphy, Carmel, Indiana. 

James C. Millikan, Mill villc, Indiana. 

Cyrus W. Neal, Fairmount, Indiana. 

Reuben Overman, Elizabeth City, Indiana. 

Oliver Outland, Spiccland, Indiana. 

Willie Porch, Spiceland, Indiana. 



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NAMES. KK9IDKKCB, 

Sallie A. Newby, Spiceland, Indiana. 

Marriannus (Jutland, Spiceland, " 

Lou Oldliain Dunreith, " 

llettie Parker Arha, " 

Ella Pickett, Spiceland, 

Lizzie Parker, Arha, " 

Mary Scovell, Spiceland, " 

Sallie Sears, Dunreitli, " 

Delphina Stanley, Dublin, " 

Amanda Thomas, New Garden, Indiana. 

Mary Thomas, New Garden, " 

Lydia E. Wood Spiceland, " 

Julietta Wood, Spiceland, " 

Richinda Wood, Spiceland, " 

Sarah Weeks, Mechanicsburg, Indiana. 

Eliza Wilson Greensfork, Indiana. 

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INTERMEDIATE. 

Bemcr Arpcs Spiceland, Indiana. 

Charlie Ballonger, Spiceland, " 

John Bundy, : Spiceland, " 

Benton Byrkct, Elizabeth City, Indiana. 

Wilson Basye, Spiceland, Indiana. 

Willie Cochran Spiceland, 

Thomas Copcland, Spiceland, 

Wylie Davis, Ogden, 

Joshua Dickinson, Spiceland, 

Charles Eliott, Greensboro, " 

Tremont Eliott Greensboro, " 

Nathan Eliott Greensboro, " 

Frank Fentress Spiceland, 

Eugene Griswold, Fairfield, 

Samuel Gause, Raysville, 

Eugene Healy, Spiceland, 

Walter Hadley, Monrovia, 

Theodore Jessup, Spiceland, 

Rufus King, Carthage, " 

James Lacey, New Garden, " 

Win. Earlc Morgan, Richmond, " 

Ernest Pleas,* Spiceland, Indiana. 

Robert Runyan, 

♦Deceased. 



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NAMUN. KKSIUK.VCK. 

Albert Strattan Spiceland, Indiana. 

Francis Stuart, 

Samuel Test 

Olive Taylor, 

Martin Tcmpleton, '■ ■ ■ 

Albert Un thank, 

Meredith Watkins, 

Salatheil Watkins, Charlottesville, Indiana. 

Alice Allen, Richmond, Indiana. 

Anna Binford, Thorntown, 

Ella Bogue, Spiceland, 

Cora Bundy Spiceland, 

Anna J. Benson, Dublin, Indiana. 

Anna Burnett, Dunreith, Indiana. 

Phcbe A. Debord Dunreith, Indiana. 

Guli. Eliott Grcenr.boro, Indiana. 

Estella Fentress, . . Spiceland, Indiana. 

Florence A. Griswold, Fairfield, Indiana. 

Mary A. Hunt Westland, Indiana. 

Sarah Hodson Spiceland, Indiana. 

Alice A. Hodson Ogden, Indiana. 

Kate Hamilton, Conncrsville, Indiana. 

F.mma K nnard, Spiceland, Indiana. 

Luclla McKinney,./ Greensboro, Indiana. 

Ida Macy : Spiceland, Indiana. 

Emma Ncwby, 

Emma Poc 

Abbie Poo, 

Carrie Sampson, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Alice Sampson, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Hannah Stanley, Dublin, Indiana. 

Emma Scovell, Spiceland, Indiana. 

Rhoda G. Synions, 

Anna M. Talbevt, • 

Florence Talbert, 

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Emma Talbert, 

Ella Test, 

Ella Taylor 

Louisa H. Untbank, 

Mariannus Wilson, 



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PRIMARY DEPARTMENT. 



Albert Ballenger, 
Frank Burgess, 
Frank Bundy, 
Anson Bogue, 
Lewis Baldwin, 
Hiram Butler, 
Frank Cochran, 
Gurney Dicks, 
Allen Dicks, 
Ellsworth Fears, 
James W. Fears, 
Joseph Fears, 
Christopher Foster, 
Ellsworth Foster, 
Abram Freeman, 
John Franklin, 
John Griffin, 
Willie Gordon, 
John Grolcr, 
Sylvester Oowens, 
Robert Hodson, 
Otis I folio way, 
John Hoover, 
Arthur Hcnly, 
Willie Hoover, 
Alonzo Hodson, 
Eddie Hill, 
Henry Jessup, 
Willie Jarrctt, 
Elina Matthews, 
Henly Morgan, 
Willie Morris, 
Allen Newby, 



Luther Newby, 
Clark Outland, 
Charlie Parker, 
Eddie Pleas, 
Eddie Pierce, 
Win. Pickett, 
Richard Price, 
Willie Runyan, 
Charles T. Ratliff, 
Charlie Ratliff, 
Willie Ratliff. 
Logan Rogers, 
Willis Bobbins, 
Charlie Scars, 
Jesse Strattan, 
Eli Unthank, 
William White, 
James Winslow, 
George Washington, 
Newton Wilson, 
Jesse Wilson, 
Willie Woollen, 
Alfred Woollen, 
Henry White, 
Eddie Watkins. 

Cordelia P,ogue, 
Onie Rogue, 
Olie Bundy, 
Hattie Bogue, 
Hannah Burnett, 
Hattie Dickinson, 



Ella Delord, 
Annie Fowler, 
Addie Fowler, 
Lizzie Fears, 
Emily Griffin, 
Lizzie Hodson, 
Mary Hodson, 
Ella Hoover, 
Emma Holloway, 
Emma Iliatt, 
Laura Hodson, 
Melissa Jessup, 
Ann Jessup, 
Nora Jarrett, 
Alice Macy, 
Frances Pierce, 
Mary 15. Pleas, 
Cora Phelps, 
Isadoro Taylor, 
Carrie Unthank, 
Elmina Unthank, 
Mary J. Winslow, 
Bell Winslow, 
Eva Wilson, 
Emma White, 
Jennie White, 
Emma Wilson, 
Anna Wilson, 
Addie Woollen, 
Emina Williams, 
Jennie L. Woods, 
Lizzie Wilson. 



SUMMARY. 



Number of students in High School, 94 

" Grammar School, - - - - 98 

" " " " Intermediate School, 63 

" Primary School, - - - - 96 

Whole number, - - - 351 



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PRIMARY DEPARTMENT. 

GRADE C. 

Spelling. First Reader. Chart Lessons. 

GRADE B. 
First and Second Readers, (McGuffey.) 
Writing with Pencil. 

Oral Lessons in Arithmetic and Geography. 

GRADE A. 
Third and Fourth Readers, (McOuffy.) 
Writing. 

Primary Arithmetic, (Felter.) 
Primary Geography, (Guyot.) 



INTERMEDIATE DEPARTMENT. 

Writing. 

Fifth Reader, (McGuffy.) 
Arithmetic— No. 1, (Felter.) 
Intermediate Geography, (Guyot.) 

»♦-•-•-• 

GRAMMAR SCHOOL. 

Writing. 
Reading. 

Geography, (Guyot.) 

Grammar School Arithmetic, (Felter.) 

Eng. Grammar, to False Syntax, (Harvey.) 

Physiology. 

U. S. History, (Andersen or Quackenboss.) 
Attention given to Spelling and to Composition in each departmei 



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HICrH SCHOOL-CLASSICAL COUESE. 

»-»-• —~* 

FIRST YEAR. 



First Term — Grammar completed first half of term, (Harvey.) 
Algebra, (Ray.) 
Latin, (Harkness' First Book.) 
Natural Philosoph}', (Steele.) 
Rhetoric, latter half of term, (Newman.) 

Second Term — Algebra. 

Latin Grammar and Reader, (Harkness.) 
History, QYVeber's Outlines.) 



SECOND YEAR. 



First Term — Geometry and Trigonometry, (Robinson or Ray.) 
Chemistry, (Steele.) 
C<esar. 

Mental Philosophy. 

Second Term — Land Suryeying, (Gummere.) 
Virgil, (Chase.) 
Botany, (Gray.) 

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THIRD YEAR. 



First Term — Moral Philosophy, (Dymond.) 
Geology, (Dana.) 
Astronomy, (Steele or Ray.) 
Logic, (Schuyler.) 

Second Term — Political Economy, (Perry.) 

English Literature, (Collier.) 
History of Civilization, (Guyot.) 
Composition Writing attended to throughout the whole course. 



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SCIENTIFIC COUESE. 



In this the following studies will be substituted instead of Latin in the 
Classical Course : 

FIRST YEAR. 
First Term — Comparative or Physical Geography. 
Second Term — Natural History, (Tenney.) 

SECOND YEAR. 
First Term — Grecian and Roman History. 
Second Term — English and American History. 

Those who desire it, may substitute German instead of the above 
named studies. 

Students whose conduct is exemplar}-, and who complete either of the 
Courses of Study, will be furnished with a Diploma, signed by the In- 
structors and the Clerk of the Committee having the school in charge. 

Opportunity will be afforded for studying Analytical Chemistry. A 
small additional charge will be made for Apparatus and Chemicals. 
• • 

EATES OF TUITION. 



Primary Department — tirade G. - - - 35 cents per week. 

Primary Department — Grade B. - - -40 cents per week. 

Primary Department — Grade A. - - - 45 cents per week. 

Intermediate Department. - - - - GO cents per week. 

Grammar School. ------ 75 cents per week. 

High School — 1st Year. - - - - - 85 cents per week. 

High School— 2d and 3d Years. - - - $100 per week. 

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CALENDAE FOE 1370 AND 1871. 

In session five weeks. 



The 1st Term begins 9th Mo. 5th, 1870.2 
The 1st Term ends 10th Mo. 7th, 1870, ( 

The 2d Term begins 10th Mo. 10th, 1870.} 
The 2d Term ends 2a Mo. 24th, 1870.$ 

Spring Vacation two week's. 

The 3d Term begins 3d Mo. 13th, 1871.) 

> In session fifteen weeks. 
The 3d Term ends 6th Mo. 23d, 1871.^ 



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In arranging the Course of Study the 1st and 2d Terms are considered 
as forming but one session; and students who wish to advance with their 
classes will find it highly important to begin at the opening of the First 
Term. Students will be received at any time, when the school is not full 
and tuition will be charged from the tune of entering until the close of 
the Term. 

No deduction will be made for absence except in cases of protracted 
sickness. Prompt payment is expected, — by strangers in advance; — by 
resilient citizens, at the close of the Term. 

Ten per cent, interest will be charged, hereafter, on all accounts no* 
settled within thirty days after they are due. 

N. 13. — Attention is specially directed to the above regulations, as strict 
adherence to them is expected. 



REMARKS UPON THE COURSE OF STUDY. 

Much care has been taken in arranging a course of study so as to pro- 
vide for those who wish to prepare for College, as well as for those who 
do not anticipate the completion of more than an academic course. It 
will be noticed that in Literature and Natural Science,, the course is but 
little shorter than th.it laid down in most colleges, while a suilicient 
amount of Mathematics and Latin has been retained to afford good mental 
discipline, and also to meet most of the practical demands of a business 
life. Opportunity will be afforded to pursue those studies further when- 
ever classes sufficiently largo can be formed. 



EXAMINATIONS. 

Public examinations occur at the close of the 2d and 3d Terms. Stu- 
dents are frequently required to pass written examinations on the ad- 
vancement made during previous portions of the Term. No student, 
either when first entering school, or afterwards, will be allowed to enter 
any Grade or Department who can not pass a satisfactory examination on 
the preceding studies of the course. 



LECTURES. 

Lectures are given frequently on literary and scientific subjects. Those 
on Natural Science are illustrated by experiments with chemical and 
philosophical apparatus when the subject requires them. 

The Lecture Association, formed by the citizens, furnishes opportunity 
for hearing some of the most distinguished lectures of the United States. 
Anna V,. Dickinson is among those engaged for the coining winter. 



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LIBRARY. 

There is a valuable library of several hundred volumes in connection 
with the school, to which students have access upon the paymen a 
very small fee. Two thousand dollars have been subscribed by the citi- 
es cHhe vicinity for the purpose of increasing the library, five hundred 
I dollars of which will be expended the ensuing year. 

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BOARDING. 

The cost of boarding the past year has ranged from $3.00 to $3.25 per 
week Sere is a boarding-house near the school, the rooms of which 
W l bcren d to young women who wish to board themselves lo 
1 s the cost need not exceed §1.50 or $2.00 per week. A stove, bed- 
ted two chairs and a table are provided for each room, the occupant 

f i n tl in" such other articles as they may need. The proprietors of the 
furmsbm sue to furmsh , ng wood iuui 

building or the 1 ™«P* * rooms in the village which 

nrovisions when it is aesuea. mi "-« c t , 
can be rented by young men desirous of boarding themselves 
boarding house will" be under the care of competent Superintendents. 



GENERAL ITEMS. 

The school is under the cave of the Society of Friends, and students 
will be ejected to attend their Sabbath School and meeting for worship 
unless they attend those of some other denomination. Each student 
should be furnished with a Bible. 

Stud-nts are required to observe study hours during the evening 
ment^arties and late hours strictly prohibited. A majority of those 
fa mg boarders have agreed to assist the Principal in carrying these regu- 
1ns into effect, so that parties from a distance who roay plac thei 
children in this school, may rely upon having them under their watchful 
care and a home influence. 

u - i IK,. vilWo owns an excellent Telescope 
A o-entleman who resides in tne Milage u\w.=> 
with a four and a half inch Object Class, and six feet focal distance ; and 
Ir^ngements have been made with him for classes in Astronomy to have 
the privilege of using the instrument. 

The are no beer, liquor or billiard saloons in the village. 
No student will be retained in the school whose influence is known to 
have a corrupting and immoral tendency. 



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LOCATION. 

The school is situated in the village of Spiceland, Henry county, In- 
diana, two and a half miles north of Coffin's Station, on the Columbus 
and Indianapolis Railroad. A hack meets the train twice each day. Mails 
are received daily. 



The School is under the care of the following Committee, appointed 
by Spiceland Monthly Meeting : 

SOLOMON MACY, ALBERT NEWBY, 

CALEB JOHNSON, J. P. BOGUE. 

Albert Newby. Cleric. 



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I'RIXTKl) AT THE REPDBLK AX OFFICE. 
1871. 



INSTRUCTORS. 



CLARKSON DAVIS, A. M., Sue-emntendent, 
Teacher of Morn I and Mental Science. 
MORRIS R WRIGHT, A. B., 

Teacher vf Mathematics, Philosophy, and Chemistry. 

luzena thornburg, a. a, 

Teacher <>f English Grammar and, Latin. 

HANNAH K. DAVIS, 

Teacher oj Geography, History, and Hot any. 

MARTHA A. MACY, 

Assistant in Grammar and High School, and Teacher of Reading 
( Winter 'Term.) 

PHEBE FURNAS, 

Assistant in Grammar and, High School Department (Summer 

Term. ) 

MATTIE E. JONES, 
Teacher in Primary Department. 



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names. 

Richard G. Boone . 

Cyrus R. Dixon 

J. Maey Good 

Walter I). Junes. 
Alvin H. Jenk ins. . 

Dallas Sisson 

Mary V. Ballinger. 

Eliza Edwards 

Louisa Wickersham. 



SENIOR CLASS. 

RESIDENCE. 

Spieeland, Indiana. 

Anio, Indiana. 

Hagerstown, Indiana. 

West Milton, Ohio. 

Dayton, Ohio. 

Dunreith, Indiana. 

Spieeland, Indiana. 

Spieeland, Indiana. 

Lewisville, Indiana. 



SECOND YEAR. 



Aaron B. Bell.. 
Beekly Deem. 
Jositih Edwards 
David II. Houh 
Jacob Hill.. . 



Millville, Indiana. 

• • ■ Knightstown, Indiana. 

Spieehind, Iii(li:in !( . 

New ( :astle, Indiana. 

I • I . . , , Arba, Indiana. 

Lindley II. Johnson. D 

Robert G. Mitchell 

tfenry W. Painter 

Edwin A. Stanley 

Arthur Wickersham 

Luring A. Williams 

Nathan Williams 

Sylvanus Wright 



iiiveitli, Indiana. 

• • Spieeland, Indiana. 
. . Wabash, Indiana. 
■ ■ Dunreith, Indiana. 

Lewisville, Indiana. 

• Spieeland, Indiana. 
. Westfield, Indiana. 

Greensboro. Indiana. 



Maggie Brown. . 
Jennie Eliott. 
Jennie Henly. 
Belinda Mills .. 
Mary J. Maey 
Mary V. Stubbs. 



. < liarlottesville, Indiana. 

• Spieeland, Indiana. 
New Castle, Indiana. 

• Valley Mills, Indiana. 

• Spieeland, Indiana. 
. Spieeland. Indiana. 



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FIRST YEAR. . 

NAMES. RESIDENCE. 

^Oliver H. Ballenger Spiceland, Indiana. 

Emoiy C. Bogue Spiceland, Indiana. 

Jolinathan Boone Spiceland, Indiana. 

.Alfred Brown Charlottsville, Indiana"? 

Eli Brown Thorntown, Indiana. 

Sanford Davis lonoslioro, Indiana. 

Robert F. Davis Williamsburg, Indiana. 

Nathaniel Edwards Spiceland, Indiana. 

Charles W. Griffin.. Doming, Indiana. 

( '. K. Ilollinsgworth Favmcrs Institute, Indiana. 

Charles Hunnieutt Economy, Indiana. 

Isaac Hunt Wcstlaud, Indiana. 

Jason Holloway Spiceland, Indiana. 

William J. Jones West .Milton, Ohio. 

Horace Johnson ' Dunreith, Indiana. 

Thomas V. Johnson Warrington, Indiana. 

Edwin 0. Kennard Pendleton, Indiana. 

Alvah Kennard Lincoln, Nebraska. 

Frank B. Kennard Omaha, Nebraska. 

R. Morrison Lacy New Garden, Indiana. 

John Bennington Westfield, Indiana. 

William Outland '. . .Spiceland, Indiana. 

Sidney Stewart Spiceland, Indiana. 

David Stewart Spiceland, Indiana. 

-Charlton Thomas Dunreith, Indiana. 

Sylvanus S. Thomas Marion, Indiana. 

jlobcrt Walton Spiceland, Indiana. 

Willie Wilson Dunreith, Indiana. 

Andrew Wooton Spiceland, Indiana. 

Robert Weesner Wabash, Indiana. 

Lauretta Ballard Spiceland, Indiana. 

Ella I)e IiOlt Richmond, Indiana. 

Lizzie (.'ox Lewisville, Indiana. 

Emm:: Dennis Dalton, Indiana. 

Addie Eliott Greensboro, Indiana. 

Ellen Klemmiug [lagerstown, Indiana. 

Guli R. Hunnicutt Economy, Indiana. 

Maria Mills Centre Valley, Indiana. 



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NAMES 


RESIDENCE. 


Maggie Mendcnhall 


. . .Plain field, Indiana. 




. . . Spiceland, Indiana. 


Samantha Painter 


. . .Wabash, Indiana. 




. . . Hagcrstown, Indiana. 


Jennie Sisson 


. . .Dunreith, Indiana. 


--Eliza Scovcll 




Anna Scovell 


. . . Spiceland, Indiana. 




. . .Lewisville, Indiana. 


Sarah Talbert 


. .Spiceland, Indiana. 






Hannah Thomas 


New Garden, Indiana. 


Hell Walton 


, . Spiceland, 1 ndiana. 


Abbie White 


Westfield, Indiana. 


Lvdia E. Wood 


. . Spiceland, Indiana. 


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AlphCus Baldwin 






. . Spiceland, Indiana. < 




. . Spiceland, Indiana. 


Joseph Blackledge 


. . Winchester Indiana. 


William Copcland 


. . Spiceland, Indiana. 


George R. Cranfill 


Warrington, Indiana. 


John IT. Cranor ... 


Williamsburg, Indiana. 


Benajah Dickinson 


Spiceland, Indiana. 


Charles Eliott 


Greensboro, Indiana. 




. Spiceland, Indiana. 





. . Spiceland, Indiana. 


Martin Fentress 


..Spiceland, Indiana. 


Eugene Griswold 


. . Oakford, Indiana. 




. . Spiceland, Indiana. 


Morris Hudelson. . 


. . Dunreith, Indiana. 




. .Dunreith, Indiana. 


Winfield Jackson 


. . Knightstown, Indiana. 


Frank M. Kennard 


..Spiceland, Indiana. 




. .Spiceland, Indiana. 


William M. Millikan 


. . Spiceland, Indiana. 






Daniel iMitcliell 


. . Spiceland, Indiana. ; 







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NAME. RESIDENCE. 

Oliver Outland Spieeland, Indiana. 

Jesse E. Peelle Jerome, Indiana. 

Newton Rhite Wcstland, Indiana. 

Charlie Stafford Lewisville, Indiana. 

Joseph II. Stubbs Spieeland, Indiana. 

.John Scored Spieeland, Indif.na. 

Addison Stuart Spieeland, Indiana. 

Elbridge Stuart Spieeland, Indiana. 

Wilson Symons Spieeland, Indiana. 

Frank Taylor. Spieeland, Indiana. 

Daniel Thomas New Garden, Indiana. 

Lemuel Welch Dunreith, Indiana. 

Levi Walthall Quaker Point, 111, 

John Weaver Elizabeth City, Indiana. 

Maria Allen ' West Newton, Indiana. 

Mary Arpes Spieeland, Indiana. 

Ella Bogue Spieeland, Indiana. 

Emma G. Ballenger Spieeland, Indiana. 

Sallie Basye Spieeland, Indiana. 

Fannie Boyd Dunreith, Indiana. 

Lizzie Commons Dunreith, Indiana. 

Maria Cochran Spieeland/ Indiana. 

Louie Cook Spieeland, Indiana. 

Lydia. ( 'osand New Castle, Indiana. 

Miriam ('osand New Castle, Indiana. 

Susan Cook Greensboro, Indiana. 

Koline Dicks Spieeland, Indiana. 

Lpcinda Dungaii Coiinnrsville, I ml i an a. 

Mattie Dungan ConnerssMlle, Indiana. 

Jennie Crillin Spieeland, Indiana. - 

Maggie Harvey Spieeland, Indiana. 

Susan Hillly Dunreith, Indiana. 

Sina A. Harvey Ogden, Ohio. 

Emma Kennard Spieeland, Indiana. 

Mary J. Kennard Pendleton, Indiana. 

Mar}- Lamb Am boy, Indiana. 

Debbie Lupton Dunreith, Indiana. 

Ella Larrison Winchester, Indiana. 

Charity Mills Centre Valley, Indiana. 



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NAME. RESIDENCE. 

Sallie A. Newby Spieeland, Indiana. 

Louisa Nicholson Oharlottsville, Indiana. 

Josie Nixon Greensboro, Indiana. 

Ella Pickett Spieeland, Indiana. 

Emma Poe Spieeland, Indiana. 

Anna J. Pearson West Milton, Ohio. 

Lizara Roberts W r estlield, Indiana. 

Lou. Riley New Castle, Indiana. 

MoHic Stanley Spieeland, Indiana. 

Delphina Stanley..... Dublin, Indiana. 

Mary Seovoll Spieeland, Indiana. 

Emma Soovell Spieeland, Indiana. 

1 1 a n 1 1 ah Thistlewait Spieeland. Indiana. 

1511a Taylor Spieeland, Indiana. 

India Townscnd Plainlield, Indiana. 

Julietta Wood Spieeland, Indiana. 

Riehinda Wood Spieeland, Indiana. 

-Mariannis Wilson Spieeland, Indiana. 

Mary Worth Sumner, Indiana. 

Mattie Worth Sumner, Indiana. 

Sarah Wilkinson.. West Milton, Ohio. 

Cynthia Wright Greensboro, Indiana. 



Bemer Arpes Spieeland, Indiana. 

Charlie Ballenger Spieeland. Indiana. 

John Bundy Spieeland, Indiana. 

Josiah Bogue New Garden, Indiana. 

Frank Burgess Spieeland, Indiana. 

Willie Cochran Spieeland, Indiana. 

Thomas Copeland Spieeland, Indiana, 

Klwood (Mark Wilmington, Ohio. 

Ephraim Dugan 

Joshua, Dickinson Spieeland, Indiana. 

Fremont Eliott. . Greensboro, Indiana. 

Nathan Eliott Greensboro, Indiana. 



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NAME. RESIDENCE. 

Frank Fentress Sjiiceland, Indiana. 

Sylvester Gowcns Spiceland, Indiana. 

Samuel Gausc Raysville, Indiana. 

Theodore Jessuj) Sjiiceland, Indiana. 

Jolin McKinstry Jonesboro, Indiana. 

Richard Price ' .Spiceland, Indiana. 

John Pickering New Castle, Indiana. 

Robert Runyan Sjiiceland, Indiana, 

Willie Risk Greensboro, Indiana. 

John Rawlins.. . . : Elizabeth City, Indiana.. 

Albert Strattan Spiceland, Indiana. 

, Jesse Strattan Spiceland, Indiana. 

James Stllbbs Spiceland, Indiana. 

Francis Stuart Spiceland, Indiana. 

Ollie Taylor Spiceland, Indiana. 

Samuel Test New Castle, Indiana. 

Enoch Taylor Greensboro, Indiana. 

Albert Unthank Spiceland, Indiana. 

Meredith Watkins Sjiiceland, Indiana. 

John Whitely Spiceland, Indiana. 

, Cordie Bogue Spiceland, Indiana. 

Hattie Bogue Spiceland, Indiana. 

Katie Bate man 

Anna Burnet Dnnreith, Indiana. 

(Jura Bundy S]iiceland, Indiana. 

Florence Davis Dnnreith, Indiana. 

Annie Fowler Spiceland, Indiana. 

Mattie E. Foster Spiceland, Indiana. 

Estella Fentress Spiceland, Indiana. 

Jennie Healy Sjiiceland, Indiana. 

Ella Hoover Sjiiceland, Indiana. 

Ella Tlodson Sjiiceland, Indiana. 

Alice J hilly Dnnreith, Indiana. 

Alice Iiiatt Sjiiceland, Indiana. 

Sarah Hodson Sjiiceland, Indiana. 

Alice A. Hodson Ogden, Indiana. 

Emma Holloway Spiceland, Indiana. 

Melissa Jcssup Spiceland, Indiana. 



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NAME. RESIDENCE. 

Louie Johnson Dunreith, Indiana. 

Luella McKinney Greensboro, Indiana. 

Ida Macy -. Knightstown, Indiana. 

Maggie Mills New Castle, Indiana. 

Emma Ncwby Spiceland, Indiana. 

Hattie Pierce Spiceland, Indiana. 

Fannie Pierce Spiceland, Indiana. 

Abbie Poe Spiceland, Indiana. 

Bell Roberts Westfield, Indiana. 

Josie Stafford Lewisville, Indiana. 

Rhoda G. Symons Spiceland, Indiana. 

Mary Thomas Spiceland, Indiana. 

Florence. Talbert. Spiceland, Indiana. 

Annie. Talbert Spiceland, Indiana. 

Emma Talbert Sjiiceland, Indiana. 

Ella Test New Castle, Indiana. 

Louie Unthank Spiceland, Indiana, 

Carrie Unthank Spiceland, Indiana. 

Emma Williams Spiceland, Indiana. 

PRIMARY DEPARTMENT. 



Joseph Abrams, Charlie Miller, EllaDebord, 

Jesse Abrams, y\ lien Ncwby, Hattie Dickinson, 

Albert Ballenger, Luther Ncwby, Luyenia Doddard. 

Frank Cochran, Clark Outland, Addie Fowler, 

Henry Coble, Eddie Pleas, 7 Emily Goodman, 

Gurncy Dicks, Jemmie Pleas, Emily Griffin, 

Allen Dicks, Levi Pennington, Olive Green. 

Ellsworth Foster, Charlie Parker, Dora Hall, 

John Franklin, Eddie Pierce, Emma Hiatt, 

Morton Foster, Oliver Pickett, Emma Hodson, 

Christojjher Foster, Albert Pickett, Rhoda Hulley, 

Frank Foster, Willis Robbins, Mary Hodson, 

Joseph Fiers, Charles F. Ratliff, Cordelia Hodson, 

James Fiers, Willie Ratliff, Laura Hodson, 

Willie Gordon, Charlie Ratliff, Ann Jessup, 

John Griffin, Willie Runyan, Nora Jarrett, 



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./Robert Griffin, Henry Runyan, Ada Johnson, 

John Groler, /Charlie Sears, Alice Macy, 

Eddie Gi ■een, EliUnthank, Mary 13. Pleas, 

Frank Green, ^Alfred Woolen, Cora Phelps, 

Lnther Hiatt, Willie Woollen, Eva Sears, 

Arthur Henley, Henry White, /Abbie Small, 

Eddie Hardin, Jsadore Taylor,* 

Aldcn Hall, Phrebe Baldwin, Margaret Thomas, 

John Hoover, Lizzie Baldwin, Klmira Unthank, 

Willie Hoover, Hannah Burnett, Eva Wilson, 

Otis Holloway, Ola Bundy, Emma White, 

Robert Hodson, Onie Bognc, Jennie White, 

Elijah Johnson, Emma Carr, Carrie Wliite, 

Henry Jessup, Cynthia Carr, Sarah Walker, 

Willie Jarrett, Orpah Cox, Margaret Walker. 

Cassius Lamb, ' Carrie Dawson. Ida Roberts, 

Elmer Matthews, * Deceased. 



Number of students in High School, - 80 

" " " " Grammar School, - 84 

" " " Intermediate Dept., - - - 69 

" " " " Primary " - - - 96 



Whole number, - - 329 



hum of |fu% 



PEIMAEY DEPAETMENT. 

GRADE C. 

Spelling. First Reader. Chart Lessons. 

GRADE B. 

First and Second Readers, (McGurtey. ) • 
Writing with Pencil. 

Oral Lessons in Arithmetic and Geography. 

GRADE A. 

Third and Fourth Readers. (McGuffev ) 
Writing ~'' 

Primary Arithmetic, (Felter and White.) 
Primary Geography, (Guyot ) 



INTERMEDIATE DEPAETMENT. 

Writing. 

Fifth Reader, (McGufley.) 
Arithmetic— No. I, (Felter and White.) 
Intermediate Geography, (Guyot.) 



GEAMMAE SCHOOL. 

Writing. 
Reading. 

Geography, (Guyot.) 

Grammar School Arithmetic, (Felter and White.) 
Eng. Grammar, to Syntax, (Harvey.) 
Physiology, (Jarvis) 
U. S. History, (Qnackenbos, or Scott.) 
Attention given to Spelling and to Composition in each de- 
partment. 



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Catalogue of Spicalamd Academy. 



HIGH SCHOOL — CLASSICAL COUESE. 



FIRST YEAR. 



First TERM-G~?irmr.n»- compter- 1 frst half of term, (Harvey.) 
Algebra, ^ K^j .) 

Latin, (Ilarknoss' Introductory Book.) 
Natural Philosophy, (Steele.) 
Rhetoric, latter half of term, (Hart.) 

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Second Term. — Algebra. 

Latin Grammar and Reader, (Harkness.) 
History, (Weber's Outlines.) 



SECOND YEAR. 



First Term — Geometry and Trigonometry, (Robinson or Ray.) 
Chemistry, (Steele.) 
Csesar. 

Mental Philosophy, (Hickoek.) 

Second Term — Land Surveying, (Gummere. ) 
Virgil, (Chase.) 
Botany, (Wood.) 



THIRD YEAR. 

First Term — Moral Philosophy, (Hickoek.) 
Geology, (Steele.) 
Astronomy, (Steele or Ray.) 
Logic, (Schuyler.) 

Second Term — Political Economy, (Perry.) 

English Literature, (Collier.) 
History of Civilization, (Guyot.) 
Composition Writing attended to throughout the whole course. 



!!^! !''''l't^/>''-''/and Academy. f.V 

"SCIENTIFIC COUESE. 



1 ^^^g^ ^ ^ -^uted instead of 

FIRST YEAR. 

First W-Comparntive or Physical Geography 
^cond IW-Nutural iiistor,, (Hooker..) * " 

SECOND YEAR. 
' First Term- Grecian and Roman History. 
Secono Term English and American History. 

**oLz:!?:::z h may su,,smute g — <«« «*» 

% the Instruct " li ; ci "of H T! th aDi P^a, signed 
school in charge. Committee haying the 

Opportunity will be afforded for studvino- Analvrinal r. ■ 
try- A small additional charge will bpTnt t ■ f * Cal Chemi9 " 
Chemicals ' made lor A PP»ratU8 and 



BATES OF TUITION". 

Primary Department— Grade C or 
IMmary Department-Grade B £ °T P6r 
Primary Department-Grade A 1? * ^ WCck ' 

Intermediate Department. 45 cents per week. 

Grammar School 60 cents per week. 
High School-tst Year 70 cents per week. 

High Schooled and 3d Years! t Z** 

'P 1 W per week. 



CALENDAR FOR 1871 AND 1872. 



The 1st Term begins 9th Mo. 4th, 1871 / 

me 1st i erm ends 10th Mo. Cth, 1871. f In session 5 weeks. 



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The 2d Term begins 10th Mo. 9th, 1871.) 

In session 20 weeks. 

The 2d Terms ends 2d Mo. 25th, 1872.) 

Spring Vacation two weeks. 

The 3d Term begins 3d Mo. 14th, 1872.) 

v In session 15 weeks. 
The 3d Term ends 6th Mo. 24th, 1872.) 

In arranging the Course of the 1st and 2d Terms are consid- 
ered as forming but one session; and students who wish -to ad- 
vance witli their classes will find it highly important to begin at 
the opening of the First Term. Students will be received at any 
time, when the school is not full, and tuition will be charged from 
the time of entering until the close of the Term, 
i No deduction will be made for absence except in cases of pro- 
tracted sickness. Prompt payment is expected, — by strangers in 
advance; — by resident, citizens, at the close of the Term. 

Ten per cent interest will be charged, hereafter, on all accounts 
not settled within thirty days idler they arc due. 

N. B. — Attention is especially directed to the above regulations, 
as strict adherence to them is expected. 



REMARKS UPON THE COURSE OF STUDY. 

Much care has been taken in arranging a course of study so 
as to provide for those who wish to prepare for College, as well 
as for those who do not anticipate the completion of more than 
an academic course. It will be noticed that in Literature and 
Natural Science, the course is but little shorter than that laid 
down in most colleges, while a .sufficient amount of Mathmatics 
and Latin has been retained to afford good mental discipline, 
and also to meet most of the practical demands of a business 
life. Opportunity will be afforded to pursue those stn dies fur- 
ther whenever classes sufficiently large can be formed. 

EXAMINATIONS. 

Public examinations occur at the close of the 2d and 3d Term. 
Students are frequently required to pass written examinations 
on the advancement made during previous portions of the Term. 



Cafalot/tic of Sj>icrltt/i,l Academy. [y 

No student, either when first ei Icring school, or afterwards, will 
be allowed to cuter any Grade or Department who can not' pass 
a satisfactory examination on the preceding studies of the course. 



LECTURES. 

Lectures arc given frequently on literary and scientific sub- 
jects. Those on Natural Science are illustrated by experiments 
wtth chemical and philosopieal apparatus when the subject re- 
quires them. 

LIBRARY. 

There is a valuable library of seven , mbed volumes in con- 
nection with the school, to which students have access upon the 
payment of a. very small fee. Two thousand dollars have been 
subscribed by the citizens of the vicinity, lor tin- purpose of in- 
creasing the library, five, hundred dollars of which will be ex- 
pended the ensuing year. 

LITERARY SOCIETIES. 

In addition to the Literary Exercises in the school, there are 
two permanent Literary Societies, one conducted by the young 
men, and the other by the young ladies of the Academy. 

BOARDING. 

The cost of boarding the past year has ranged from $3 00 to 
$3 50 per week. There is a boarding -In. use near the school, the 
rooms of which will be rented to young women who wish to 
board themselves. To these, the cost need not exceed $1 50 or 
$2 00 per week. A stove, bedstead, two chairs and a table are 
provided for each room, the occupants furnishing such other ar- 
ticles as they may need. The proprietors of tin- building or the 
Principal of the school will attend to furnishing wood and 
provisions when it is desired. There are some rooms in the 
village which can be rented by young men desirous of board- 
ding themselves. The boarding-house will be under the 
care of competent Superintendents. 



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G-ENEBAL ITEMS. 

The school is under the care of the Society of Friends, and 
students will be expected to attend their Sabbath School and 
meeting for worship, unless they attend those of some other de- 
nomination. Each student should be furnished with a Bible. 

Students are required to observe stud;- hours during the even- 
ing. Evening parties and late hours strictly prohibited. A ma- 
jority of those taking boarders have agreed to assist the Prin- 
cipal in carrying these regulations into effect, so that parties 
from a distance who may place their children in this school, may 
rely upon having them under their watchful care and a home in- 
fluence. 

A gentleman who resides in the village owns an excellent Tele- 
scope with a four and a half inch Object Glass, and six feet focal 
distance; and arrangements have been made with him for classes 
in Astronomy to have the privilege of lining the instrument. 
Arrangements have been made for a new school house, which, 
- it is hoped, will be completed in time lor I ho Winter Term. Sev- 
eral additions will he made during the year to the apparatus 
now on hand. 

There arc no beer, liquor or billiard saloons in the village. 
No student will be retained in the school whos influence in 
known to have a corrupting and immoral tendency. 



LOCATION. 

The school is situated in the village of Spickland, Henry 
county, Indiana, two and a half miles north of Dunreith,, on 
the Pittsburg, Cincinnati & St. Louis Railroad. A hack meets 
the train twice each day. Mails are received daily. 

The school is under the care of the following Committee, ap- 
pointed by Spiccland Monthly Meeting: 

J. P. BOGUE, SOLOMON MACY, 

CALEB JOHNSON, J. P. BOGUE, Clerk. 



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CIRCULAR FOR 1872-73. 



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INSTRUCTORS. 



CLARKSON DAVIS, A. M., Superintendent, 

Teacher of Mental and Moral Science. 

WILLIAM B. MORGAN, A. M., C. E., 

Teacher of Mathematics and Philosophy. 

MORRIS P. WRIGHT, A. B., 

Teacher of Chemistry and German. 

LUZENA THORNBURG, A. B.. 

Teacher of English Grammar and Latin (Summer Term). 

PIIEBE FURNAS, 

Teacher of Rhetoric and Ancient History, and Assistant in 
Grammar and High School Department. 

HANNAH E. DAVIS, 

Teacher in Intermediate Department, and of Geography and, 

Botany. 

SARAH H. MORGAN, 

Teacher of Penmanship and Heading, and Assistant in Interme- 
diate Department and Grammar School. 

MATTIE E. JONES,' 
Teacher in Primary Department. 



rfatelojue of Mtdeni£ 



HIGH SCHOOL. 



SENIOR CLASS. 



NAMES. RESIDENCE. 

David H. Henley New Castle, Indiana. 

Jacob Hill ~ Arba, Indiana. 

Lindley H. Johnson • .Dunreith, Indiana. 

Robert G. Mitchell Spiceland, Indiana. 

Henry W. Painter Wabash, Indiana. 

SECOND YEAR. 

Aaron B.Bell Millville, Indiana. 

Irvin H. Cainmack Arba, Indiana. 

Edward H. Collins Westfield, Indiana. 

Nathaniel Edwards Spiceland, Indiana. 

Josiah Edwards. . Spiceland, Indiana. 

J. Tilman Hutchins. Wabash, Indiana. 

Winfield E. Jackson Knightstown, Indiana 

Frank B. Konnard Omaha, Nebraska. 

Edwin 0. Kcnnard Pendleton, Indiana. 

Thomas J. N'.xon Fairmount, Indiana. 

John Pennington Westfield, Indiana. 

Irvin Stanley Westfield, Indiana. 

Andrew Wooton Spiceland, Indiana. 

Nathan Williams Westfield, Indiana. 

Arthur Wickersham Lewisvillc, Indiana. 

M Jennie Elliott Spiceland, Indiana. 

M. Jennie Henley New Castle, Indiana. 

Belinda Mills Valley Mills, Indiana. 

Mary V. Stubbs Spiceland, Indiana. 

Sadie D. Talbcrt Spiceland, Indiana. 

S Carrie Talbcrt Spiceland, Indiana. 



A Catalogue of Hpiceland Academy. 



FIRST YEAR. 

NAMES. RESIDENCE. 

John Allen Manchester, Ohio. 

Jer. M. Ballard Spiceland, Indiana. 

John H. Baldwin Jonesboro, Indiana. 

Jonathan Boone Spiceland, Indiana. 

Lorenzo Bundy Spiceland, Indiana. 

Murphy Chamncss Dalton, Indiana. 

William Copeland Spiceland, Indiana. 

Sanford Du,vis Joncshoro, Indiana. 

Benajah Dickinson Spiceland, Indiana. 

Jehu Hadley Aino, Indiana. 

Manly Hadley Amo, Indiana. 

Jesse H. Hadley Monrovia, Indiana. 

Edwin Hall Dublin, Indiana. 

Irvin Haisley Arba, Indiana. 

Samuel Iliatt ; Spiceland, Indiana. 

.Jason Ilolloway Spiceland, Indiana. 

Charles C. Ilunnicutt Economy, Indiana. 

Ephraim M. Jones Pleasant J I ill, Ohio. 

Charles Johnson Dunreith, Indiana. 

Horace Johnson Dunreith, Indiana. 

Frank M. Kennard Spiceland, Indiana. 

J.Taylor Kitchen Ogden, Indiana. 

William S. Moflitt Conncrsville, Indiana. 

William M. Millikan Spiceland, Indiana. 

Sjdvester Newliu New London, Indiana. 

Albert Paxton Dunreith, Indiana. 

Lewis A. Phillips Amo, Indiana. 

Willie Porch Spiceland, Indiana. 

Linmeus Porch Spiceland, Indiana. 

Absalom Koscnberger Thorntown, Indiana. 

Nathan Kosenberger Thorntown, Indiana. 

John Scovell Spiceland, Indiana. 

W. Frank Smith Summit, Indiana. 

Edward Springer Indianapolis, Indiana. 

Joseph H. St abbs Spiceland, Indiana. 

David Stuart Spiceland, Indiana. 

Frank Taylor Spiceland, Indiana. 

James Watkins New Castle, Indiana. 



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NAMES. UKSIDKNCE. 

Robert Weesncr Somerset, Indiana. 

Samuel Welch Dunreith, Indiana. 

William Wilson Spiceland, Indiana. 

Maria Allen West Newton, Indiana. 

Bell Bennett West Elkton, Ohio. 

Maggie Butler Crawfordsville, Indiana. 

Louie Cook. Spiceland, Indiana. 

Alice C. Collin Spiceland, Indiana. 

Lucinda Dungan Conncrsville, Indiana. 

Mattie Dungan Conncrsville, Indiana. 

Addie Eliott Westfield, Indiana. 

Mattie Eliott Westiield, Indiana. 

Matie E. Grillin Dunreith, Indiana. 

Lavina Haisley West Elkton, Ohio. 

Maggie Harvey Spiceland, Indiana. 

Hannah Jcssup Knightstown, Indiana. 

Louisa F. Jcssup Westfield, Indiana. 

Mary V. Jcssup Westfield, Indiana. 

I Emma Kennard Spiceland, Indiana. 

Maggie Mendcnhall . Plamlicld, Indiana. 

Candacc Ncwlin New London, Indiana. 

Samantha Painter Wabash, Indiana. 

Mary Scovell Spiceland, Indiana. 

Elvira Spencer Greensboro, Indiana. 

Mary Stanley Spiceland, Indiana. 

Mira Troth Camden, Ohio. 

Cynthia Wright Greensboro, Indiana. 

Sarah A. Weeks Mechanicsburg, Indiana. 

Mary Worth Sumner, Indiana. 

G-T^^^TI^^-T^ SCHOOL. 
SECOND YEAR. 

Oscar Baker '. . .Greensfork, Indiana. 

William Barnard Cambridge, Indiana. 

George Boyd .Dunreith, Indiana. 

John Carey Kairmount, Indiana. 

Levi Edwards Spiceland, Indiana. 

Martin Fentress Spiceland, Indiana. 



(') (JaUUogue of /Spiceland Academy. 

NAMES. RESIDENCE. 

David Hayes Cadiz, Indiana. 

Joshua Hayes Cadiz, Indiana. 

Albert Haisley Fairmount, Indiana. 

Jethrd Harbin Lewisville, Indiana. 

Eugene Healey Spiceland, Indiana. 

Morris Hudclson Dunreith, Indiana. 

George H. Jackson Knightstown, Indiana. 

Evans Ken worthy Richmond, Indiana. 

Ezra T. Lamm Amboy, Indiana. 

Alvah Lewis Plainfield, Indiana. 

Franklin Millikan Millville, Indiana. 

Daniel Mitchell Spiceland, Indiana. 

Isaac Myer Cadiz, Indiana. 

H. Cicero Pitts Manilla, Indiana. 

John Rces Williamsville, Michigan. 

John Ricks \ Cadiz, Indiana. 

Milton Roberts Arcadia, Indiana. 

Elbridge Stuart Spiceland, Indiana. 

John Sullivan Wabash, Indiana.' ' 

M. William Thomas Dunreith, Indiana. 

John Weaver .Elizabeth City, Indiana. 

Mary Arps Spiceland, Indiana. 

Emma Ballenger Spiceland, Indiana. 

Ella Bogue Spiceland, Indiana. 

Josie C. Burns Wabash, Indiana. 

Fannie Boyd Dunreith, Indiana. 

Maria Cochran Spiceland, Indiana. 

Alice Dungan Connersville, Indiana. 

Eoline Dicks Spiceland, Indiana. 

Malinda Haskett West Milton, Ohio. 

Emma Hill Arba, Indiana. 

Maty James Pendleton, Indiana. 

Mary J. Kennard Pendleton, Indiana. 

Rachel Kennard Greensboro, Indiana. 

Gcorgiana Lockhart Suffolk, Virginia. 

Anna Meredith Spiceland, Indiana. 

Josie Nixon Spiceland, Indiana. 

Sallie A. Newby Spiceland, Indiana. 



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NAMES. RESIDENCE. 

Maggie Recce Cadiz, Indiana. 

Lou. Riley New Castle, Indiana. 

Lizarah Roberts Westfield. Indiana. 

Emma Scovell Spiceland, Indiana. 

Mary E. Stafford Lewisville, Indiana. '. 

Delphina Stanley.'. Dublin, Indiana. 

M. Emma Talbert Spiceland, Indiana. 

Ella Taylor Spiceland, Indiana. \ 

Libhie Weeks Mechaniesburg, Indiana. [ 

Bell Wright Marion. Indiana. '■ 

Lida White Spiceland, Indiana. ; 

Mattie Worth Sumner, Indiana. ; 

Lydia E. Wood Spiceland, Indiana. 

Juliette Wood Spiceland, Indiana. { 

Chinnie Wood Spiceland, Indiana. 

Louisa Wood Greensboro, Indiana. 



FIRST YEAR. 







Frank Bundy 




Willie Cochran 




Thomas Concland 




Joshua Dickinson 




Willie Edwards 




James Foley 




Calvin Gillein 




John Griffin 




Sylvester Hamilton 


Elizabeth City, Indiana. 


Levi Hoover 








Thomas Johnson 


Dunreith, Indiana. 


llezekiaa Johnson 


Warrington, Indiana. 


John Johnson 








Ruf'us P. King 


Charlottesville, Indiana. 


W. Earl Morgan.. 




Lemuel McCrackcn 




Newton Paxton . . . 





Catalogue uj S/dceland Academy. 

RESIDENCE. 

Arcadia, Indiana. 
Arcadia, Indiana. 
Valley Mills, Indiana. 
Charlottesville, Indiana. 
Spiceland, Indiana. 
Spiceland, Indiana. 
Centreville, Indiana. 



Amanda E. Carter Wabash, Indiana. 

Jennie Copcland Spiceland, Indiana. 

Mattic Coate Pleasant Hill, Ohio. 

Mary Dean Grcensfork, Indiana. 

Ella Dean Grcensfork, Indiana. 

Dinah M. Ferguson Valley Mills, Indiana. 

Hannah Hamilton I Elizabeth City, Indiana. 

Louie Johnson Dunrcith, ] 1 diana. 

Huldah Johnson Bloomingspovt, Indiana. 

Florence Johnson Dunrcith, Indiana. 

Mattic Mendcnhall New Castle, Indiana. 

Emma Foe Spiceland, Indiana. 

Mary A. Saunders Valley Mills, Indiana. 

Lydia M. Saunders Vallev Mills, '. ndiana. 

Ettic A. Spray Bridgeport, Indiana. 

Rhoda G. Symons Spiceland, Indiana, 

Flora Talbert Spiceland, Indiana. 

Jennie Williams Centreville, Indiana. 

Mariannis Wilson Spiceland, Indiana. 

Bemer Arps Spiceland, Indiana. 

Wilson Basye Spiceland, Indiana. 

Frank Fentress Spiceland, Indiana. 

Arthur Ilcnly Spiceland, Indiana. 

Theodore Jcssup Spiceland, J ndir.na. 

Joseph Kerr Rogcrsville, Indiana. 

Joseph Porter Knightstovvn, Indiana. 

John Pickering New Castle, Indiana. 

Albert Strattan Spiceland, Indiana. 



NAMES. 

Dolphin Roberts 

Cyrus Roberts 

Willis Saunders 

Robert Simmons 

James W. Stubbs 

Frank Symons 

Dillon Williams 



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KES1DKNCK. 

.Spiceland, Indiana. 
Spiceland, Indiana. 
Jalapa, Indiana. 
New Castle, Indiana. 
Spiceland, Indiana. 
Spiceland, Indiana. 
Spiceland, Indiana. 
Centreville, Indiana. 



j Hattie Rogue . 




j Cordie Bogue 




! Cora Bundy . . 




Orpah (.'ox. 




Florence Davis 




Estella Fentress 


Spiceland, Indiana. 


Mattie E. Foster 


Spiceland, Indiana. 


Anna Fowler 1 








Alice Hiatt 


Spiceland, Indiana. 


Ella Hoover. . 




Ella Hodson 


Spiceland, Indiana. 


Emma Holloway 




Mattie IIollin<>sworth 




Martha Hodson 




Melissa. Jcssup 


Spiceland, Indiana. 


Lena Miles. . . 




■j os i e .m lies 


Muscotali, Kansas. 


Emma Newl)y . 




Fannie Pierce. . 




A bl>ic Poc. . . . 








Anna Talbert 


Spiceland, Indiana. 


Ella Test 




Mary Thomas 




Louie Unthank 


Spiceland, Indiana. 


Carrie Unthank. 




Olive Wilson. . . 




Emma Williams 


Spiceland, Indiana. 


Mattie White 





NAMES. 

Jesse Strattan . . . 
Frank Stuart .... 
Charles Simmons 

Samuel Test 

William Thomas. 

Ollie Taylor 

Albert Unthank. . 
Alonzo Williams. . 



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Catalogvc of Spiceland Academy. 



NAMES. RESIDENCE. 

Emma Wilson Dublin, Indiana. 

Delphina Wilson Dublin, Indiana. / 



Jesse Abrains, 
Albert Ball eager, 
Charlie Bundy, 
Emory Ballenger, 
Morton Carr, 
Walter Collin, 
Frank Cochran, 
Theodore Chaniness, 
Oscar Chaniness, 
Gurney Dicks, 
Allen Dicks, 
John Dean, 
John E. Davis, 
Chris Foster, 
Frank Foster, 
Elsworth Foster, 
Willie Gordon, 
John Griflin, 
Robert Griflin, 
Alden Hall, 
John Hoover, 
Willie Hoover, 
Otis Holloway, 
Willis Ilollingsvvorth 
Alonzo Ilodson, 
Henry Jessup, 
Cassius Lamb, 
Elmer M atthews, 
Henly Morgan, 
Thomas Morton, 
Allen Newby, 



Luther Newby. 
Oliver Pickett, 
Eddie Pierce, 
Eddie Pleas, 
James Pleas, 
Levi Pennington, 
Frank Reece, 
Charlie T. Ratliff, 
Lorin RatlifT, 
Charlie L. RatUff, 
Logan Rogers, 
Walter Rogers, 
Willie Ratliff, 
Charlie Sears, 
Lincoln Synions, 
Isaac Thomas, 
Kranki c Thomas, 
KM Fntliank. 
Matthew Wilson. 
Willie Woollen, 
Ten-ell Wilson, 

Onie Rogue, 
,01a Bundy, 
Phcbe Baldwin, 
Lizzie Baldwin, 
Emma Carr, 
Cynthia Carr, 
Mary Collin, 
Carrie Chaniness, 
Carrie Dawson, 



Hattie Dickinson, 
Addie Fowler, 
Emily Griflin, 
Cordelia Hodson, 
Emily Hodson, 
Susanah Hamilton, 
Emma Mealy, 
Laura Ilodson, 
Dora Hall, 
M. Hollingsworth, 
Emma 1 1 ial.t, 
Ada Johnson, 
Nora Jarrett, 
Ann Jessup, 
Mattie Kenj'on, 
Rosa Leonard, 
Ora Leonard, 
Ellen Lamb, 
Mary Pleas. 
Ida Roberts, 
Eva Sears, 
Elma Symons, 
Abbie Small, 
Emma Synions, 
Maggie Thomas, 
Elmina Unthank, 
Carrie White, 
Eva Wilson, 
Emma White, 
Jennie White, 
Addie Woollen. 



IRIE^IEG-TJL^.IR,. 

Allred Brown Charlottesville, Indiana. 

Maggie Brown Charlottesville, Indiana. 



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NAMES. RESIDENCE. 

Charles W. Griilin Deining, Indiana. 

Aaron Hill Hesper, Kansas. 

CLASS 1253- AZsT-A-Xi^TIC CHEMISTEY. 

Nathaciel Edwards Spiceland, Indiana. 

Josiah Edwards Spiceland, Indiana. 

Phcbe Furnas Friends' Wood, Indiana. 

David H.Henley New Castle, Indiana. 

" Jacob Hill Arba, Indiana. 

Alvin II. Jenkins Dayton, Ohio. 

Lindlcy H. Johnson Dunreith, Indiana. 

Fiank 15. Kennard, Omaha, Nebraska. 

Edwin (). Kennard Pendleton, Indiana. 

Thomas J.Nixon Fairmount, Indiana. 

John Pennington Westfield, Indiana. 

Nathan Williams Westlield, Indiana. 

OOMMEE.CIAL COURSE. 

Embracing Book JCcejnny by Single and Double Entry and Com- 
mere ia I Ca Icula t ion s. 

M aria Allen West Newton, Indiana. 

Eolinc Dicks Spiceland, Indiana. 

William R. Harrold Dunreith, Indiana. 

David H. Henley Now Castle, Indiana. 

Henry W. Painter Wabash, Indiana. 

M.William Thomas Dunreith, Indiana. 

John Weaver Elizabeth City, Indiana. 

Number of Students in High School 93 

" " " Grammar School 106 

" " " Intermediate Department 19 

" " " Primary Department 93 

" " " Irregular in Course of Stud}' 4 

" " " In special studies not included above 2 

Whole Number 347 




PRIMARY DEPARTMENT. 

GRADE C. 

Spelling. First Reader. Chart Lessons. 

GRADE B. 

First and Second Readers, (McGuffey). 
Writing with Pencil. 

Oral Lessons in Arithmetic and Geography. 

, GRADE A. 

Third and Fourth Readers, (McGultey). 
Writing. 

Primary Arithmetic, (Felterand White). 
Primary Geography, (Guyot). 



INTERMEDIATE DEPARTMENT. 

Writing. 

Filth Reader, (MoGuflcy). 

Arithmetic — No. 1, (Felterand White). 

Intermediate Geography, (Guyot). 



GRAMMAR SCHOOL. 

Writing. 
Reading. 

Geography, (Guyot). 

Grammar School Arithmetic, (Felter and White). 
English Grammar, (Harvey). 
Physiology, (Jarvis. ) 
II. S. History, (Qnaekonbos or Scott. 
First Rook in Latin. 
Attention given to Spelling and to Composition in each 
partment. 



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HIGH SCHOOL— CLASSICAL COURSE. 



FIRST YEAR. 



First Term— Algebra, (Ray.) 

Latin Grammar and Reader. 
Natural Philosophy, (Steele.) 
Rhetoric, (Hart.) * 

Second Term — Algebra. 

Caisar. 

History, (Weber's Outlines.) 



SECOND YEAR. 



First Term— Geometry and Trigonometry, (Robinson or Ray.) 
Virgil. 

English Literature, (Hart or Collier.) 
Mental Philosophy, (Hickock.) 

Second Term— Cicero's Orations. 

Botany, ( Wood.) 
Chemistry, (Steele.) 



THIRD YEAR. 



First Term— Moral Philosophy, (Hickock.) 
Geology, (Steele.) 
Astronomy. (Steele or Ray.) 
Logic, (Schuyler.) 

Second Term — Political Economy, (Perry.) 

Land Surveying, (Gummerc.) 

History of Civilization, (Guizot.) 
Elocution ami Composition attended to throughout the whole 
course. 

Those who wish to prepare lor college will substitute Greek 
in the last two years of the course for some of the studies in 
Literature and Natural Science. 



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SCIENTIFIC COURSE. 



In this, equivalent studies in the Higher Mathematics, An- 
cient and Modern history, or the German language will be sub- 
stituted l'or Latin in the classical course. 

Students whose conduct is exemplary, and who complete either 
of the Courses of Study, will be furnished with a Diploma, signed 
by tli e Instructors and Lhe President of the Board of Trustees 
having the school in charge. 

Opportunity is afforded for studying Analytical Chemistry. 
A small additional charge is made for Apparatus and Chemicals. 



RATES OF TUITION. 



High School- 2d siimI lid Years .fl 00 per week. 

High School— -1st Year 85 per week. 

Grammar School 75 per week. 

Intermediate Department 00 per week. 

Priiuarj Department — Grade A 45 per week. 

Primary Department— Grade B 40 jier week. 

Primary Department — Grade C 35 per week. 



CALENDAR FOR 1872 AND 1873. 



The 1st Term begins 8th Mo. 2d, 1S72. 
The 1st Term ends 10th Mo. 4th, 1<S72. 
The 2d Term begins 10th .Mo. 7th, 1872. 
The 2d Term ends 2d Mo. 20th. 187:;. 



In session 5 weeks. 
In session 20 weeks. 



Si>uiN(i Vacation Two Wekks; 



The :>d Term begins 3d Mo 8th, 1.873 ) Bes$iion 15 wce ks. 

Ihe .Id rena ends btli .Mo. Lata, l^<o. \ 

In arranging the ( bourse the 1st, and 2d Terms arc considered 
as forming 'but one session ; and students who; wish to advance 
with their chisscs will lind it highly important to begin at the 
opening of the Lurst Term. Students will be received at any- 
time, when' the school is not, and tuition will he charged from 
the time of entering until the close of the Term. 

No deduction will be made for absence except in cases of pro- 
tracted sickness. Prompt payment is expected— by strangers in 



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Ten per cent, interest will be charge « , here aU i o 
counts not settled within thirty days a e t 3 ^ 

N B — Attention is especially directed to m 
tions, as strict adherence to them is expected. 

REMARKS UPONTHE COURSE OF STUDY. 

SSSmJJnfaaiSaSS and La'^ha" ^ ^^{^^^^ 
t 11 Is 'inline ami also to meet mos! of the practical den amis o a bi i* nchh 
lift, Opport'M'i'V will he afforded to pursue llu^e sL.d.es lurtbe, when- 
ever elusses sufficiently large can be formed. 

EXAMINATIONS. 

, 1 1... .,i„o. of tlie second ami third terms. 

Public examinations ooc.u. U th ' 1 1 . .. vl „,inalions on the 
Students are IVcpienUv rc«u.r.Ml to p- : < <t ; « ■ > 
advancement made during prev.o us po n the *° ^ 

cither wh-n Urst entering m-M «> , « i • • • . * | . e x:imln- 
enterany tirade or I) •piri-.n.-n. who c H|.».>, ,.i -a,al.,ia ■<■> 
at.ion on the preceding studies ol tne course. 

INCORPORATION AND ENDOWMENT, 

Measures have been taken t, " ;V ; ^ >; U n V > \-:^ 1 5 -' ,v ' ^ H 
Trustees are appointed by Sp.c^n • • .'-,,„ , . nlowm ent 

the supervision of the Institution, u m i f""^^ '^ hu:e the 
Fund. Efforts will be made ^^^^.^£1 
school upon a. permanent b isia auu to uuut tw i > 

LECTURES. 

ofd.earingsomeoftheniost.listingiusl.ed lectures in tin count! y. 

LIBRARY. 

There is a valuable library of several hundred volumes in connection 
wllfatibQ sSiootto which students have access upon ho payment of a 
very small fee. New books are added to it every few weeks. 

LITERARY SOCIETIES. 

^tt^S^rvS.^U.'' X r .mg—, will 

probably be established the ensuing /ear. 



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BOARDING. 

The cost of boarding the past year has ranged from $3 00 to $3 50 per 
week. There is a boarding-house near the school, the rooms of winch 
are rented to young women who wish to board themselves. To these, 
the cost need not exceed $1 50 or $2 00 per week. A stove, bedstead, 
two chairs and a. table are provided for each room, the occupants fur- 
nishino- such other articles as they may need. The proprietors of the 
building or the Principal of the school will atttend to furnishing wood 
and provisions when it is desired. The house is under the care of eoiu- 
petent Superintendents. Rooms can he rented in the village by students 
who wish to board themselves. For those who board in this way the 
average cost lias been less than $1 25 per week. The club system oi 
| boarding has been successfully tried the past year. By this method the 
cost of living, including room rent, is from $1 60 to $2 00 per week. 
The whole expense of attending school one year, including tuition, need 
not exceed $125. 

GENERAL ITEMS- 

The school is under the care of the Society of Friends, and students 
are expected to attend their Sabbath School and meeting for worship, 
unless they attend those of some other denomination. Each student 
should be furnished with a Bible. 

Students are required to observe study hours during the evening. 
Evening parties and late hours arc. utrictly forbidden, A majority of 
those taking boarders have agreed to assist the Principal in carrying 
these re-ulations into effect, so that parties from a distance who may 
place their children in this school, may rely upon having them under 
watchtul care and a home influence. 

A gentlemen who resides in the village owns an excellent relcscope 
with a four and a half inch Object Glass, and six feet focal distance; and 
arrangements have been made with him for classes in Astronomy to 
have the privilege of using the instrument. 

,\ new school house has been recently erected, a laboratory opened 
and other improvements made, which add much to the eillciency of the 

school. , ... .,, 

There arc no beer, liquor or billiard saloons m the village. 
No student will be retained in the school whose influence is known to 

have a corrupting and immoral tendency. 



LOCATION. 

The school is situated in the village, of Spiccland. Henry County, Indi- 
ana, two and a half miles north of Dunreith, on the Pittsburg, Cincin- 
nati & St. Louis Railroad. A hack meets the trains twice each day. 
Mails are received daily. 



The school is under the care of the following Board of Trustees, ap- 
pointed by Spiccland Monthly Meeting: 

J P BOGUE, ASA C.DAVIS, 

SOLOMON M ACT, J ^"^^^ 
CALEB JOHNSON, CLA11KSON DAVls 

TIMOTHY WILSON, President oj the Board. 



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CIKCULAK FOR 1873-74 



WEW CASTLE, IND.: 

COUKIER STEAM PIUXTIKG ESTABLISHMENT. 



C ARKS ON DAVIS, A. M., Principal. - 

WILLIAM B. MORGAN, A M., C. E., 

Teacher of Mathematics. ( Winter Term.) 

TIMOTHY WILSON, 

Teacher of Latin, Mental and Moral Science. 

HANNAH E. DAVIS, 

Teacher of History, Geography and Botany. 

SARAH II. MORGAN, 

Teacher of Heading, Writing and English Grammar. 

LAURA SPEAKE, 

Teacher in Primary Room. 

Intermediate and Grammar School studies not enumerated were 
divided among the teachers of the High School. 



ASSISTANTS IN HIGH SCHOOL TEMPORARILY, 

WILLIAM MENDENHALL, B. S., C. E. 
G. W. IIUFFORD, A. M. 
STEPHEN A. JONES. A. 15. 



jjATALOQUE OF jSTUDJEJST£. 



MS) 



(SENIOR ^><LASS. 



NAME. KKSIDEXCE. 

Aaron B. Bell. . .' Millville, Indiana. 

J. Tilman [Tutchcns Wabash, Indiana. 

John Pennington Wcstfield, Indiana. 

Nathan Williams West field, Indiana. 

Mary V. Stulibs Spj&ejand, Indiana. 

S:ulie D. Talbert Spiceland, Indiana. 

S. Carrie Talbert Spiceland, Indiana. 

{Second vY.'ear. 

Alfred Brown Charlottsville, Indiana. 

Alice Carey Coffin Spiceland, Indiana. 

Josiah Edwards. Spiceland, Indiana. 

Nathaniel Edwards Spiceland, Indiana. 

Gulia E. Hunnicutt .Economy, Indiana. 

Edwin Hall Dublin, Indiana, 

Mattie E. Jones. Spiceland, Indiana. 

Kphrairn Jones Pleasant Hill, Ohio. 

Winiield Jackson Knightstown, Indiana. 

Edwin O, Kennard Pendleton, Indiana. 

Andrew S. Wooton Spi eland, Indiana. 

Irvin Stanley Westfield, Indiana. 

Arthur Wickershain Lewisville, Indiana. 

Emma Ballcngoi' Spiceland, Indiana. 

Ella Bogne Spiceland, Indiana. 

Joseph Blackledge Bloomihgspbrt, Indiana. 

Lorenzo Bundy Spiceland, Indiana. 

Oscar Baker Greenst'ork, Indiana. 



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NAME. RESIDENCE. 

William O. Barnard Cambridge City, Indiana. 

Maria Cochran '.. Spiccland, Indiana. 

Lizzie Commons Dunreith, Indiana. 

Robert Collins Westfield, Indiana. 

Louie Cook Spiccland, Indiana. 

Sanford D avis Jonesboro, Indiana. 

Ella De liolt Richmond, Indiana. 

Proline Dicks Spiccland. Indiana. 

Addie Elliott Greensboro, Indiana. 

Levi Edwards Spiccland, Indiana. 

James Foley Charlottsville, Indiana. 

John II. Hewit Ashland, Indiana. 

Belle Hudelson Greensboro, Indiana. 

Franklin Hill. Charlottsville, Indiana. 

Jason Ifolloway '. Spiccland, Indiana. 

Calvin Jones Mattawaka, Kansas. 

Charles Johnson Dunreith, Indiana. 

Emma Kennard Spiccland, Indiana. 

Frank M. Kennard Spiccland, Indiana. 

Rachel Kennard Greensboro, Indiana. 

Albert Kennard Greensboro, Indiana. 

J. Taylor Kitchen Ogdcn, Indiana. 

William S, Moflett Connersville, Indiana. 

B. F. Marsh Wcstland, Indiana. 

Daniel J. Mitchell Wcstland, Indiana. 

William Mann Jerome, Indiana. 

Frank Millikau '. . .Ashland, Indiana. 

Willie Porch Spiccland, Indiana. 

Linnaeus Porch Spiccland, Indiana. 

Jennie Phelps Greensboro, Indiana. 

Cynthia Phelps Greensboro, Indiana. 

Lewis Phillips Amo, Indiana. 

Wiiliam Pidgcon Dalfcon, Indiana. 

Joseph Fainter Middletown, Indiana. 

Charles Paris Farmland, Indiana. 

H. Cicero Pitts Manilla, Indiana. 

Cyrus Roberts ' Arcadia, Indian?*. 

Nathan Roscnbcrger Thorntown, Indiana. 

Elvira Spencer Greensboro, Indiana. 



Catalogue of Spiccland Academy. 


NAME. 










Spiceland, Indiana. 






J)UinCltU, llHlKULl. 

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West Elkton, umo. 






Dunreitn, l in nana. 






Spicelanu, inuuina. 






opicelanci, iuuijiki. 






New Castle, Indiana. 


John Sullivan 










Summit, incuana. 






Spiceland, Indiana. 






Spiceland, Indiana. 






i ' * — 1 .» » *1 1 it i n o tvi 

Sspicelancl, Indiana. 


Cynthia Wright 




. .Greensboro, inuiana. 






Spiceland, 1 ndiana. 


Harvey Wright 




. . . . t ai inland, Indiana. 






Cadiz, Indiana. 


James Watkins 




. . . .New Cattle, Indiana. 


Nathan D. Wolford. 




.Hagerstown, Indiana. 


William 11. Wolford. 










Richmond, Indiana. 
















&COND 




















.Duureith, Indiana. \ 






Elizabeth Cit\, lnruana. 






Wabash, Indiana. 


Penu Bin lord 




Carthage, Indiana. 


Oliver M. Brown . . 




.Charlottsville, Indiana, 


Henry C. Brandon . 




Daleville, Indiana. 


Helen C. Blackman 




New Castle,. Indiana. 


Jennie Blackman . . 




New Castle, Indiana. 






Pleasant Hill, Ohio. 


Willie Cochran 




Spiceland, Indiana 


Lorenzo M. Goopei 










. .Milton, Indiana. 



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NAME. RESIDENCE, 

Homer Cox Dublin, Indiana. 

Jasper MeCray Warrington, Indiana. 

Elia Deam Gveensfoi'k, Indiana. 

Willie Edwards Spieeland, Indiana. 

Maiftin Fentress .Sj. ieelaud, Indiana. 

Charles Fleming Sulphur Springs, Indiana. 

Calvin Gilliam Sheridan, Indiana. 

Wiliiain Gregg Elizabeth City, Indiana. 

Shelby Giffbrd New Loudon, Indiana. 

Lee iiafckett West Milton. Ohio. 

Levi Hoover Spieeland, Indiana. 

Sylvester Hamilton Elizabeth City, Indiana. 

Morris Hndclson ,■ Dnnreith, Indiana. 

Eugene ilcaly Spieeland, Indiana. 

Ziratfi Hanson Shanghai, Indiana. 

Joseph Ilaskett West Milton, Ohio. 

Loifa Henry Milroy, Indiana. 

Salfie K. Iliekman Springpurt, Indiana. 

Pierce Haines. New Castle, Indiana. 

Alice Jell'ries Chester, Indiana. 

Manslield Jell'ries Chester, Indiana. 

llettie Jeffries Chester, Indiana. 

Viola Jell'ries Chester, Indiana. 

Hannah Jessiip Knightstown, Indiana. 

J. V. Johnson Warrington, Indiana. 

Charles Jaekson Wabash, Indian;!. 

Hcjaekiah Johnson Warrington, Indiana. 

Rofewell B. Jones Pleasant Mil, Ohio. 

J. Henry Johnson Blooming' -port, Indiana. 

J. Thomas Johnson Dunreith, Indiana. 

Eli C. Jav Jonesboro, Indiana. 

Richard II. Jordan IMountsville, Indiana. 

John Koons New Castle, Indiana. 

Manson Kitchen Ogden. Indiana. 

Mary J. Kennard Pendleton, Indiana. 

Emma Kennard Pendleton, Indiana. 

lvlia Larrison Ccrrngonio, Indiana. 

A. J. Larue Sulphur Springs, Indiana. 

Anna Meredith Spieeland. Indiana. 



Catalogue of Spieeland Academy. 



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NAME. RESIDENCE. 

Jesse Mellett. Summit, Indiana. 

Nathan Mills Thorntown, Indiana. 

Isaac Myer Cadiz, Indiana. 

E. C. Martuidale Warrington, Indiana. 

Earl Morgan Spieehiml. Indiana. \ 

Thomas Millikan M divide. Indiana. 

Weems McLucas Cadiz, Indiana. 

Jesse McLucas Cadi/, Indiana. 

Emma McNew Spieeland, Indiana. 

Sallie A. New by Spieeland, Indiana. 

Alice Nichols Blooniingsport, Indiana. 

Bony man Painter Middietown, Indiana. 

Bessie Painter Middletown, Indiana. 

Lizera Roberts Spieeland, Indiana. 

Dolphin Roberts Arcadia, Indiana. 

Maggie Rec.ee' Cadiz, Indiana. 

Rebecca Recce Cadiz, Indiana. 

Sallie Sears Dnnreith, Indiana. 

Vina Scars Dunreilh, Indiana. 

Knirna Scovell Spieeland, Indiana. 

KUbridgc Stuart Spieeland, Indiana. 

William S. Smart Yorktovvn, Indiana. 

I Libbie Stephenson Richlad, Indiana. 

! Delphina Stanley Dublin, Indiana. 

| Ella Taylor Spieeland, Indiana. 

Elva Wood Spieeland, Indiana. 

I Ella Williams Williamsburg, Indiana. 

Leroy Williams Ilagcrstown, Indiana. 

Chennie Wood. Spieeland, Indiana. 

Ella White Spieeland., Indiana. 

Albert White Spieeland, Indiana. 

Libbie Weeks. Median icsburg, Indiana. 

Aduie Wright Cadiz, Indiana. 

Alonzo Wisehait Millville, Indiana. 

Joseph Brady M initio, Indiana. 



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NAME. RESIDENCE. 

Charles BalU soger Spiceland, Indiana. 

Oliver Binford Carthage, Indiana. 

Eleazer Beeson Thomtown, Indiana. 

Mary Crane Williamsburg, Indiana. 

Thomas Copeknd Spiceland, Indiana. 

Casper Campbell Boxlevtown, Indiana. 

George Cox Dublin, Indiana. 

■lames Cox Dublin, Indiana. 

Florence Davis Dunreith, Indiana- 
Alice Davis Jonesboro, Indiana. 

Joshua Dickinson Spiceland, Indiana. 

Charles Elliott Greensboro, Indiana. 

Frank Fentress Spiceland, Indiana. 

Montgomery Groendike New Lisbon, Indiana. 

Charles Goodwin Mechanicsburg, Indiana 

Alice Iliatfc. Spiceland, Indiana. 

Jacob Hood. Pleasant Hill, Ohio. - 

William Hoover Dunreith, Indiana. 

Ellis Htitchens Sheridan, Indiana. 

Pleasant Mays Lcwisville, Indiana. 

Mollie Jones West Milton, Ohio. 

Ella Jester Tippicanoe, Ohio. 

Theodore Jessup Spiceland, Indiana. 

Charles Jenkins Dayton, Ohio. 

Augustus Jones New London, Indiana. 

Leondo Ladd Millvillc, Indiana- 
Joseph Lambert Daleville, Indiana. 

Ella Marshall Economy, Indiana. 

Harvey Meredith Spiceland, Indiana. 

Amaziah Miller Cambridge City, Indiana 

F. M. McMillan Rushville, Indiana. 

Ezra Maple Dublin, Indiana. 

Arthur Maple Dublin, Indiana. 

Noah McLeon Boxleytown, Indiana. 



Catalogue of Spiceland Academy. 



NAME. RESIDENCE. 

George Myer. Cadiz, Indiana. 

Mollie K. Millikan MilMlle, Indiana. 

Ada Mills. Greensboro, Indiana. 

Ida Macv Knightstown, Indiana. 

Eva Nicholson Pendleton, Indiana. 

Emma Newby !. Spiceland. Indiana. 

Thomas J. Newkirk Rushville, Indiana. 

Sarah C. Newby Greensboro, Indiana. 

Sarah L. Newby Greensboro. Indiana. 

Relda Osborn Economy, Indiana. 

Mettie Osborn Economy, Indiana. 

ilatlie Pierce. Spiceland, Indiana. 

Emma Potter Williamsport, Indiana. 

Albert Pickett Thorntown, Indiana. 

Dora Patton Richland, Indiana. 

Robert Patton Richland. Indiana. 

Alvin Painter v ... Spiceland, Indiana. 

Belle Roberts Spiceland, Indiana. 

Charles Ritchie New Paris, Ohio. 

F. m. Rhodes, Ogden, Indiana. 

Cyrus Reeves Warrington, Indiana. 

Lizzie Stubbs West Elkton, Ohio. 

Jliinfio Stubbs '. ■. Spiceland, Indiana. 

Frank Symons » Spiceland. Indiana. 

Matilda Smith New Castle, Indiana. 

William Seatord Fairmount, Indiana. 

Nathan Swain'. Raysville, Indiana. 

Flora Talbert i Spiceland, Indiana. 

Alice Vcach Milton, Indiana. 

Dora Veacli Milton, Indiana. 

Rezin Vcach •• • • • Rogersville, Indiana. 

Ruth Whitcley Spiceland, Indiana. 

Emma T. Wilson Dublin, Indiana. 

Olive. B. Wilson Spiceland, Indiana. 

Win. H. Walters Connersvilhe, Indiana. 

M. Anise Wilson Spiceland, Indiana. 

Elise Winkler Richmond, Indiana. 



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INTERMEDIATE .DEPARTMENT. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 














>, i. 




Robert Bull 


Louisville Kentucky. 


William Boyd 


Wi'liamsbursr, Indiana. 


Walter Collin 


Spiceland, Indiana. 




Spiceland, Indiana. 










S. Jennie Copeland 


Spiceland, 1 ndia na. 






31 attie Dickinson 


Spiceland, Indiana. 


William S. Dickinson 


Cincinnat i, Ohio. 






















Sylvester Gause 


Dunreith, Indiana. 




Dunreith, Indiana. 




.... Dunreith, Indiana. 






1\T n w I 1 1 n n n i i 1 n l.t. 


Economy, Indiana. 




Dunreith, Ind'ana. 




. . . Dunreith, I ndia na. 




Spiceland, Indiana. 




. Spiceland, Indiana. 




. . . .Spiceland, Indiana. 




. .New Castle, Indiana. 




Dunreith, Indiana. 




. Lexington, Ohio. 








Spiceland, Indiana. 




West Milton, Ohio. 




Bloom ingspoit. Indiana. 



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NAME - RESIDENCE. 

Albert Lindamood Dunreith, Indiana. 

Albert McIIvain Spiceland, Indiana. 

Fannie Pierce Spiceland, Indiana. 

•John Phelps Spiceland, Indiana. 

John Pickering New Castle, Indiana. 

Esther Painter Spiceland, Indiana. 

Orange Painter Spiceland, Indiana. 

Ida Roberts Westlield, Indiana. 

Logan Rogers Danville, Illinois. 

Charlie Ratelift Spiceland, Indiana. 

John Stubbs Spiceland, Indiana. 

Win. A. Stout 

v\urie Scantland Economy, Indiana. 

Frank Stuart Spiceland, Indiana. 

Albert Straiten Greensboro, Indiana. 

Jesse Strattan Greensboro, Indiana. 

Charles Stevens Orange, Indiana. 

Oliver Taylor Spiceland, Indiana. 

Ella Test New Castle, Indiana. 

Samuel Test New Castle, Indiana. 

Wm - Trecs Warrington, Indiana. 

William Thomas Spiceland, Indiana. 

Martha Thomas Spiceland. Indiana. 

Mary Thomas Spiceland, Indiana. 

Louie Unthank. ... : Spiceland, Indiana. 

Luella Unthank Spiceland, Indiana. 

Albert Unthank Spiceland, Indiana. 

Emma Williams Spiceland, Indiana. 

Eva Working Raleigh, Indiana. 

Dellie M. Wilson Dublin, Indiana. 

Terrell Wilson Spiceland, Indiana. 

Oscar Wilson Williamsburg, Indiana. 

Mollie Watkins Spiceland, Indiana. 

Eva Wilson Spiceland, Indiana. - 



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Cataloffue of Spieeland Academy. 



Primary Department. 



Ol-i Biindv. James Hoekett. Minnie Ratcliff. 

Charles Bundy. Emory Hodson. Join, Ratcliff. 

Oscar Charouess. Julius Hodson Willie Ratcliff. 

Carrie Chamness. Charles Hodson. Chus. F. Ratcliff. 

Frank Cochran. Alonzo Modson. Frank Recs. 

Florence Chamness. Gurnpy Hammond. Loriu Ratcliff. 

Hannah OJiff. Martha Hammond. Otis Stubbs. 

John E. Davis. Henry Jcssup. Emma Symons. 

Gurney Dicks. Nelson Jackson. Charlie Sears, 

Allen Dicks. Ann Jessnp. Eva Sears. 

Emily Duncan. Nora Jarrctt. Sanford Stout. 

Samuel Duncan. Rosa Jenkins, Mageic Thomas. 

Christoiiher Foster. Rosa Leonard. I sane Thomas.' 

Ellsworth Poster. Ora Leonard. Anna Thomas. 

Frank Foster. Ellen Lamk Flinina. i'nihank. 

John Griffin. Annilda Lamb. Eli Uhtlmnk. 

Robert Griffin. Lizella Laurence. Harry Unthnnk. 

Joseph Cause. Elmer Matthews. Edgar I'uthank. 

Elm or Gillespie. Allen Newbv. Eva Uuthank. 

Virginia Griffin. Luther Newby. Martin Vickery. 

Lnthor Iliatt. Eddie Fierce. Ida Woolen. 

MinMellollingAworth.Mary B. Fleas. Alfred Woolen.* 

Otis Ilollo'.vay. Eddy Fleas. Willie Woolen. 

Willie Hoover. James Fleas. Jennie White. 

Dora Hall. Alfred Peterson. Emma White. 

Alden Hall. • Cera Phelps. Mail. hew Wilson. 

Emma iliatt. Levi Pennington. 

Emma Modson. Walter Rogers. * Deceased. 

IBRB G-TTL-A-ZR,. 

Jonathan Boone Spieeland, Indiana. 

Georgia Lockhart Suffolk, Virginia, 

Josio Nixon . .Spieeland, Indian;!.. 

John Ricks , Cadiz, Indiana. 

Warren W, . S parks Spriniqiori, Indiana.. 

Lewis Sparks Springpurt, Indiana. 

Cordon Smith Mt. Summit, Indiana. 

Lewis Vouch Summit!-, Indiana. 



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Sarah Weeks ' Mechanicsburg, Indiana. 

Henry White Carthage, Indiana. 



stt:m::m:a.:r,y. 

Number of Students in High School 

Number of Students iu Grammar School 

Number of Students in Intermediate Department 
Number of Students in Primary Department. . . . 
Number of Students Irregular in course of duty 



Whole Number . 



COURSE OE STTTJD3T. 

PRIMARY DEPARTMENT. 

GRADE C. 

Spelling, First Header, Chart, Lessons. 

GRADE 1>. 

First and Second Headers (McCn(ley), Writing with Pencil, 
Oral Lessons in Arithmetic and Geography. 
GRADE A. 

Third and Fourth Readers (McGutTey), Writing, Primary Arith- 
metic (Fetter & White), Prim an Geography (Guyot). 
I WTERMEDtATE DEPARTMENT. 
Writing, Fifth Reader (McGuffey), Arithmetic No. 1 (Felter), 
Intermediate Geography (Guyot). 
GRAMMAR SCHOOL. 
Writing and Spelling, Heading, Geography (Guyot), Grammar 
School Arithmetic (Felter), English Grammar ( Harvey & Swin- 
ton), Physiology (Jarvis), U. S. History (Quackenbos or Steele), 
Latin Lessons (Smith). Exercises in Composition. 
H8CM SCHOOL CLASSSCAL COURSE. 
FIRST YEAR. 

First Term. — Algebra (Ray), Latin Grammar and Reader, Natu- 
ral Philosophy (Steele). 
Second Term.- -Algebra, Latin — Ex. from Cesar, History (He- 

ber's Outlines). 
Third Term.— Algebra, Latin- -Ca;sar, Rhetoric. 

SE< IOND YEAR. 
First Term.-- -Geometry ( Robinson's) Latin— Virgil, Mental 

Ph i loso[)h v ( 1 1 iekock ). 
Si'x;©Ni> Tkrm. — Geometry, Latin Virgil and Latin Grammar, 

English Literature ( Hart). 
Tin it n Tkrm. — Trigonometry, Lai in Cicero's Orations, Chemis- 
try (S'.eele). 



84 
159 
70 
82 
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THIRD YEAR. 

First Term. — Moral Philosophy (Ifickoek), Latin — Cicero's Ora- 
tions continued, Geology (Steele). 
Second Term. — Astronomy, Logic (True), Political Economy 

(Perry). 

Third Term. — Surveying (Gummere), History of Civilization 
(Guizot), Botany (Wood). 

Attention will be paid to Composition and Elocution through- 
out the whole course. 

Those who wish to prepare for College will substitute Greek, 
in the lust 1 wo years of the course, for some of the studies in 
Literature and Natural Science. 

SCSENTIFSC COURSE. 

In this equivalent studies in the higher Mathematics, Ancient 
and Modern History, or the German Language will be substitu- 
ted lor Latin in the Classical course. 

Opportunity is offered for studying Analytical Chemistry. 

i! A'ri;s ox-" TUITION. 

High School, second and third years, $1.00 per week 

" " first year 85 >c " 

Grammar Sc-hoo! 75 " •' 

Intermediate Department <i<> " " 

Primary Department, Grade A 45 " " 

" ' " Grade B 40 " " 

Grade C 35 

CJ^r^lCJS l>A.Jt FOB 1S73 AM) 1874. 

Tlie 1st Term begins month, 1st, 1873,) 

The 1st Term ends 12 month, 12tb, 1873, V in session 15 weeks. 
Vacation two weeks. ) 
The 2nd Term begins 12 mo.. 29th, > 873, J 

The 2nd Term ends 3 mo., 20th. 1873, V in session 12 weeks. 
Vacation one week. ) , 

The 3rd Term begins 3 mo., 30th, 1874,) . . u k 

The 3rd Term closes 6 mo., 20th, 1874,} 

Students will be received at any time when the school is nut 
full, and tuition will be charged from the time of entering until 
the close of the term. 

No deduction will be made for absence, except in cases of pro- 
truded sickness. 

Rates of Tuition must be paid before entering school. 

Books and Stationery, when furnished, must be paid for in 
cash. 

The above regulations will be strictly observed. 

Ti,eiii in- life! upon tlie Course of Study. 

Normal Classes will be formed for the first six weeks of the 



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Autumn tern, in the Grammar School studies, for the benefit of 
those preparing to teach. 

Normal Classes will also be formed for the same purpose in 
the Spring term. 

Public Examinations occur at the close of each term. Stu- 
dents are frequently required to pass written examinations on 
their studies. 

No student will be allowed to enter any Grade or Department 
wh© cannot pass a satisfactory examination on the preceding 
studies of the course. 



The School has been legally incorporated, and is managed bv 
Trustees, who are appointed by the Society of Friends. An en- 
dowment fund of $3,000 lias already been raised and placed at 
interest, and measures have lately been taken to have it materi- 
ally increased. 

LSCTUEES. 

Lectures are frequently given on Literary and Scientific sub- 
jects. Those on Natural Science are illustrated by experiments 
with Philosophical apparatus when the subject requires them. 

A Lecture Association affords an opportunity, each year, of 
hearing some of the most distinguished lecturers in tliecountrv. 

LIBEAEIES. 
There are three Libraries in connection with the school, of 
nearly Two Thousand Volumes, to which additions are constantly 
being made. 

LITEBAEYSO CIETIES. 

There are three permanent. Literary Societies, to which two of 
the above Libraries belong. These Societies give exhibitions at 
the close of each term. 

The cost of Boarding ranges from $3.00 to $3.50 per week. 

There is a Boarding House near the School, the rooms of 
which are rented to young women who wish to board themselves. 
Board need not cost these to exceed $1.50 or $2.00 per week. 
A stove, bedstead, two chairs and a table are provided for each 
room, the occupants furnishing such other articles as they may 
need. The Principal of the School will attend to furnishing 
wood and provisions when it is desired. The house is under the 
care of competent superintendents. 

Rooms can In- rented in the village by students who wish to j 
board themselves. For those who board in this waj 7 the average 
cost has been less than $1.25 per week. 



IG Catalogue of Spiceland Academy. 

The club system of boarding has been successfully tried the 
past two years. By this method the cost of living, including 
room rent, is from $1.60 to %%M per. week. 

The whole expense of .attending school one year, including 
tuition, need not exceed $125,00'. 

G-ZEl^iEIR^Ij ITEMS. t 

The School is under the care of the Society of Friends, and | 
students are expected to attend their Sabbath School and Meet- 
ing for Worship, unless they attend some other denomination. 
Each student should he furnished with a Bible. 

Students are required to observe study hours during the even- 
in 

Evening parties and late hours arc strictly I'wrbiJden. 

A majority o! those taking boarders have agreed to assist, the 
Principal in carrying these regulations into ctl'ee.t, so that parties 
from a distance, who may place their children in this School may 
rely upon having them under watchful care and home influence.. 

Students in Astronomy can have access to an excellent Tele- 
scope with a four and one-half inch Object Glass and six teet 
focal distance. . I 

Within the last year a Geological Cabinet has been added, and 
additions to it are frequent. _ 

There are no beer, liquor, or billiard saloons m the village. 

No student will be retained in the school, whose influence is 
known to have a corrupting and immoral tendency. 

DIPLOMA. 

Students whose conduct is exemplary, and who complete either 
course ot study, will be furnished with a Diploma, signed by the 
Instructors and the President ot the Hoard of Trustees, having 
the School in charge. 

THE JSTZEXT TDBM- 

The Managers can assure the public tllal they have already 
engaged experienced Teachers for every department oi the 
School. 

LOCATIOIT. 

The School is situated in the village of Spiceland, Henry 
county, Indiana, two and a half miles north o : D unrcith on the 
Pittsburg, Cincinnati & St. Louis Railroad A Hack meets the 
trains twice each day. Mails arc received daily. 

J. P. BOGUE, ASAC.DAV1S 

SOLOMON MACY, SS? S) N 

CALEB JOHNSON, TIMOTHY WILSON. 

CLAPKSON DAVIS. President of the Board. 
All communications in regard to the ' A 
dressed to Spiceland, Heavy County, Indiana. 



1H73- 1 9 



=ANU= 



CIRCULAR FOR 1874-5. 



SPICELAND, INI).: 

ItKPOKTKfl .((ill l'ltlNTINO KOOMH. 

18 74. 



INST JZIT C T O I£ H : 



TIMOTHY WILSON, Principal and Superintendent. 

TEApIIERS IN HIGH SCHOOL: 

TIMOTHY WILSON, STEPHEN A. JONES, A. B., 
LUZENA THORNBURGH, A. B. 

IN COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT: 
M. W. CHAMNESS, TIMOTHY WILSON. 

IN GRAMMAR SCHOOL: 
LUZENA THORNBURGH, and LYDIA A. BURSON. 

IN INTERMEDIATE DEPARTMENT. 
H. E. DAVIS. 



IN PRIMARY DEPARTMENT: 
MIMA BURSON. 





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Catalogue of Students. 

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<K\'nnj ci i 


Nam us. 


Residence. 

1 








Greensboro, " 




Spiecland, " 




Connersville, " 






Nathan Rosen bergcr 


Thorntown, " 




Knightstown, " 




Knightatown, " 




SECOND YEAR. 








Charluttsville, " 


Charles C. Jolinson... 






New London, " 








Middletown, " 




Wesliiold. 








Greensboro, " 


Andrew S. Woolen... 


Irvtngtoh, " \ 




Shanghai, " 




Dnlton, ■ " 







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FIRST YEAR. 

Namks. Residence. 

Emma Ballenger Spiceland, Indiana. 

Jennie Branson Farmland, " 

Frank Buncly Elizabeth City, " 

Jay A. Buck Ogdcn, " 

Mansou F. Bussell Zionsville, " 

Jolm Bin ford Carthage, " 

Oliver Bidlenger.. Spiceland, " 

Etta Arnett Kofeomo, " 

G. W. Cox New Lisbon, " 

Mariah Cochran Kpiccland, " 

Levi Edwards Spiceland, " 

Frank Clark Milton, ' " 

Olive Cook '. Sadorus, Illinois. 

Martin Fentress Spiceland, Indiana. 

Thomas Fortnor Shanghai, " 

E. ( :. Elliot Arba, 

Willie Edwards Spiceland, " 

Ina Dicks Spioeland, " 

Jennie Dillc Kuightstown, " 

C. 15. Gilliam Sheridan, " 

Frank Hickman Springport, " 

Edgar Henley Carthage, " 

Willard Hall Lewisvillc, " 

Fierce I lanes New Castle, " 

Franklin Hill (Deceased.) Carthage, 

Jennie Henley New Castle, " 

Lora Henry Mill roy, " 

A. F. Hunt Kokoilio, " 

Sallie K. Hickman Springport, " 

A. J. La Rue Mt Sunimitt, " 

Mollie Jones Poplar Grove, " 

Mansfield Jeffries Chester, " 

Emma F. Kennard New Castle, " 

Mary Kennard New Clastic, " 

Albert Kennard Greensboro, " 

Francis Kennaid Spiceland, " 

Emma E. Kennard Spiceland, " 



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Namks. 



Residence. 



Manson Kitchen Ogdcn, 

M. F. Ncwbv Shanghai, 

William Newby Shanghai, 

F. M. McMillan Rushville, 

Joseph McCray Warrington, 

Emma MeNew 

Oscar Macv 

Robert Pat'ton Richland, 

William Patton T«™ H!Ultt 

Sanrticl Paxton Lewisville, 

New ( Castle, 



Indiana. 



-Spiceland, 
Spiceland, 



l s spiceianu, 

Cleveland, 



John Peed 

j Lizarah Rohei 
i Walter 1'',. Ros: 

I Dolphin Roberts..... Arcadia. 

I Milton Roberts Arcadia, 

! / , i) i ,.i . ..A readia, 
( -vrns Kohei ts 

Spiceland 

Spiceland 



Joseph Stulibs... 
Emma Scoville... 



Bridgeport; 

Springport, 

Spicektnd, 

Carthage, 

Spiceland, 

Robert Smith • New Cflstlc ' 

Spiceland, 

Greensboro, 



Ann Starbuck 

Warren W. Sparks. 

John Scoville 

Henley Stanley 

William Seatbrd 



B. F. Symons 

Mini Saint 

Manta Saint Greensboro, 



Lewis Sp 



Springport, 

Emma Talbert Spiceland. 

Finn, Talbert Spiceland. 

Ella Taylor Spiceland, 

Frank Taylor ...Spiceland, 

Ohcnnie Wood Spiceland. 

Leroy Williams Hagerstown, 

Susannah Hanson Shanghai, 

Shelby Gilford New London, 

Wm. W. Gregg Spiceland, 

Ella Botnie '. Spiceland, 



Catalogue of Spiceland Academy. 



SECOND YEAR. 

Names. Residence. 

Isaac N. Addison Cadiz, Indiana. 

S. E. Addison Charlottsville, " 

Thomas Boshell Paragon, " 

Oliver Becson Milton, " 

Charles Ballenger Spieeland, " 

Henry Bales Ashland, " 

Lunchford B road h its Harrisburg, " 

Laura Branson Bridgeport, " 

John Bcall Ashland. 

Edward Cloud ' Spieeland, " 

Lewis Cloud Spieeland, " 

Thomas Oopeland Spiccl;uid, " 

Willie Cochran Spieeland, " 

William ( lopeland Spieeland, " 

Jonathan Finwick Daleville, " 

Florence Davis Dunreith, u 

Clarkson Gauze Dunreith, " 

Albert Gausc Raysville, " 

Everett Iladley l'lainfield, 

Morris HiUlelson Dunreith, " 

Eugene Ilealey Spieeland, " 

Sina Harvey Spieeland, 11 

Lindley Hollo well Kokomo, " 

Alonzo IiinsliaW Greensboro, " 

Aliee A. I fiat* Spieeland, " 

Angie Ilinshaw Dunreith, " 

Emma Ilarrold Dunreith, " 

Levi Hoover Spieeland, " 

Wm. Hollowcll Mt. Etna, 

John Griffin Westlicld, 

Emma Hoi 16 way Spieeland, " 

James Lambert Daleville, " 

Kva La line Ml, Summit, " 

Londo Ladd Millville, 



Catalogue of Si-iceland Academy. 



Names. Resit>esc E . 

Matilda Jones Pendleton, Indiana. 

Mahala Jones Pendleton. 

Nettie Jones Fa-irmount, 

II. S. Johnson Warrington, 

Mollie Johnson Spieeland. 

Amos Jessup Friends wood. 

Jesse James ; Greensboro, - 

Mollie E. Jones West Milton. Ohio. 

Louisa Johnson Dunreith, Indiana. 

Sarah Kearns Spieeland, 

Earl Morgan Indianapolis, " 

Albert Mcllvainc Dunreith, 

Frank Modlin New Castle. 

Mattie Mendenhall New Castle, 

T, R. Mole SVest Milton, Ohio. 

T V. Mitehell Knightstown, Indiana. 

Thomas Mitehell Knightstown, 

Eddie Mote West Milton, Ohio 

m 11cv Knightstown, Indiana. 

James Millikan Millville, 

Mollie Millikan Millville, 

Julius Macy.... Spieeland, 

Relda Osborne Economy, 

Fritz Patton Clarksburg, 

Alvin Painter Spieeland, " 

Jas. R. Patterson Luray, 

J. G. Payne New Castle, 

Cyrus Reeves Warrington, " 

James Roof. New Castle, 

Belle Roberts Spieeland, 

| Alfred T. Hunt Westland, 

Lewis II. Adams Ashland, 

Mattie Ridgway ' Rogx-rsville, 

G. R. Rinard New Castle, 

Iluldah Sanders Valley Mills, 

A. W. Seott Conncrsvillc, " 

Cardinal Snyder Sharon, 

Robert W. Simmons Charlottsville, 



Catalogue oi? Si*icktjAn i> Academy. 



Namks - Kksidf.nce. 

Wallace Simmons Charlottsvillc, Intl. 

Charles Spencer Greensboro, " 

Elbridge Stuart Lawrence, Kansas. 

Khoda Symoiin Spieeland, ' Indiana. 

' 1<:ii s '»iili Markieville, 

Ali( ' c 'ft®* Knightsfown, 

Albert Williams Milton 

Carrie WfigM Greensboro, 

Mary Anni.s Wilson Spieeland, 

Olive IS. 'Wilson Spiecland, 

Elvn Wood Spieeland, 

William II. Wallers Connersville, 

George Williams.... N c . w Castle, 

Omar Willetts 1 Kokomo, . 

Newton F. Williams Ait. Summit, 

A lonzo Wisehart Al ill ville. 

•lewet \V, H )d Spieeland. 

('liarles 1 1 imii h>\' ...New ( 'astle. " 

Rosa I'atlcvsoii " Rogcrsville, " 

Mary K. Torhert Makawao, San. Is'nds. 

FIRST YEAR. 

Anna Rock Warrington, Indiana. 

Flla Butler Spieeland, " 

Cora Bundy Spieeland, " 

Cora Rogue ' ; Spieeland. " 

Ilattie Rogue Spieeland, " 

Libbie Brickley Anderson. " 

William Brown New Castle, " 

Orplm Cox Spieeland, " 

-Jennie Copeland Spieeland, " 

.John Copeland Spieeland, " 

-lames ('ox New Lisbon, " 

Amanda Cook Charlottsville, " 

Anna Fowler ' Spieeland. " 

Estella Fentress Spieeland, " 

Frank Fentress Spieeland, " 

.Morris Fussell Pendleton, " 



Catalogue of Spiceeand Acae-emt. 



Namks. 



Ilcrschell I 

-Jennie Evans... 

Aloliie Evans... 

Fremont Elliott 

_ , ... , • , „ SnieelanU 

-Joshua Dickinson ' 

John Duckworth Paragon, 

Paraxon, 



Daniel Gallimore 

GeorgG Hoover 

Alice Hendricks 

Mattie Ilolliugsworth... 

Ella Ilodson 

Ella Hoover 

Julia Lofton 

Sylvester -Jones 

Rul'us Jones 

Philemon -Jones 

Ella -Jackson 

Augustus -Jones^ 

Franklin -Jackson 

Theodore Jcssup 

A. J. Kamm 

Sallie Ncwby 

Emma Newby 

Emma iMellvaino 

-Josie Miles ■ 

; Lena Miles ..... 

, Qhaiies Mitchell 

' Robert Mitchell 

! Harvey Meredith 

| -John M. Mavity 

|| Mattie Millikan 

Emma Ration 

Finnic, l'iei'ce 

John Ph'ke.fing 

Hai vey Pressnal 

Logan Rogers 

j' John Rawlins 

" Marv A. Roberts 



Ur.sn>F,NCK. 

...Richmond, Indiana. 
...Mt. Summit, 
...Alt. Summit, " 
...Greensboro, 



...Centervillc. 

....Lev, isville, 

....Dunreith, " 

...Spieeland, 

....Spieeland. 

...Indianapolis, " 

....Dunreith, 

....West Milton, Ohio. 

....West Milton, " 

....Pendleton, Indiana. 

Shanghai, 

....PendletOjUj, " 

Spieeland, 

....Ft. Wayne, 'ft . 

Spieeland, 

.....Spieeland. 

Dunreith, 

Darlington, Ind. Ter. 

Darlington, Ind. Ter. 

Martinsville, Indiana. 

Martinsville, " 

Spieeland, 

Dunreith, _ " 

Millville, 

Terre Haute, " 

Spieeland, 

...... New Castle, 

Cadiz, 

Spieeland, " 

Elizabeth City, " 

, Arcadia. 



10. 



Catalogue of Sitoelanu Academy. 



Names. Residence. 

Rachael Roberts ...Arcadia, Indiana. 

Aurie Scantland Economy. " 

Josic Scantland, Economy, " 

Albert Strattan Greensboro, " 

Jesse Strattan Greensboro, " 

James Stubbs Spiceland, " 

Charles Stevenson Richmond, " 

Frank Stewart, Spiceland, '• 

John Simons Martinsville, " 

Charles Shanks • Portland, " 

Julian Stewart 

Nathan Swain Raysville, " 

Louie Onthank Spiceland, " 

Carrie Onthank i Spiceland, " 

William Thomas Spiceland, " 

Kllii Test New Castle, 

Samuel Test New Castle, " 

OUie Taylor Spiceland, " 

Win. II. Thorp Winchester, " 

Sylvstnus Talbert Spiceland, ". 

Leora Vickrey Lewisvillc, " 

Emma Williams Spieehtnd, " 

Terrell Wilson Spiceland, 

Alice Whitely Spiceland, " 

George Wiggs Spiceland, " 

Alonzo Iladley Bridgeport, " 

Wilson Ilifttt ( rrcensboro, " 

Jennie Henley Spiceland, " 

•Milton Nicholson' Spiceland, " 

!f*JTERMEDfATE DEPARTMENT. 



j Anson Rogue Spicehind, Indiana.. 

j Robert Bull Louisville, Kentucky. 

Ola Bnndy Spiceland, Indiana. 

! Julia Bowman Kniyhtstown, 



Catalogue ok Siucklano Academy. 



11. 



Residence. 

Names. 

T .,, ~ • _ Knio-htstown, Ind. 

Lilly Bowman _ » 

| Albert Ballenger Spiceland, 

| Oscar Chamness Spiceland. 

Theodore Chamness Spiceland, 

WalterCoilin ■ •' Spiceland, 

Frank Cochran Spiceland, 

Carrie Chamness Spiceland 

„ ,,, i . ..Spiceland, 
Emma ( loud ' 

,, Spicehind, 

Mary ( 'ollin 1 

-w * i ■« ii . .Pendleton, 

Levey Fussell 

Joshua Fussell Pendleton, 

Ada Fowler Spiceland, 

» ii tv l-,, ..Spiceland, 
Allan Dicks 1 

^, i, Spicehind, 
Gnrney Dicks » 

,.ii in" i i ...Dunreith, 
Ella Debord 

A'ngv Debord Dunreith, 

Hatiie Dickinson Spiceland. 

John Davis Spiceland, 

Willis Grillin Dunvcith, 

Marshall Gooding • Green Held, 

Minnie Butler Dunreith, 

John Grillin Spiceland, 

Willie. Gordon Spiceland, 

Emily Grillin Spiceland, 

Charles Guy Paragon, 

I Otis Holloway Spiceland, 

, , ,, „ ,. Spiceland, 

John ilooxer i 

, ,, ,. Elizabeth City, " 

Frank Hammer. 



Henry Hunt Spiceland, 

Willis Ilollingswovtll Dunreith, 

, Arthur Henley Cllstlc ' 

I Alon/o Hodson Spiceland, 

. . , i . ; ,, . i,.,„. 1 hmveith, 

Art Inn 1 linsiiaw 

U-« Hudelson Dunreith, 

Minnie I Lollingswoith Dunreith, 

Hilly Howard Arb», , 

Dora Hall.- Spiceland, 

Emma Hiatt Spiceland, 



Catalogue ov Spiceland Academy. 



Names. Residence. 

I Loytl Jones Knights town, Inel. 

I Emory Lindamood Diinreith, " 

j Jennie Jefferson Spiceland, " 

| -Melissa, Jcssnp Spiceland, " 

[ Ada Johnson '. Dimreith, " 

j Nelson Jackson Knightstown, ' " 

Charles Jackson Knightstown, " 

Ann Jessnp Spiceland, * " r 

Delia Kennard Greensboro, " 

Henley Morgan Indianapolis, " 

Rffaer Matthews Spiceland, " 

Emma Meredith Spiceland, " 

Flora MwOuflin Knightstown, " 

Valentino Mendonhall New Castle, " 

Orange Painter Spiceland, " 

Cora Phelps Spiceland, " 

.Mary B. Pleas Spiceland, " 

Esther Painter ....Spiceland. " 

Abhie Poe Spiceland. 

C. F. Katliff Spiceland. 

Leonard Ree.s Johnson, " 

Ida Roberts Spiceland, " 

Charles Rati iff. Spiceland, " 

Frank Recs Arba, " 

Charlie Sears Spiceland, " 

Jasper Stont Paragon, " 

Rachel Sheridan Spiceland, " 

Rebecca Smith Dalton, " 

Eva Scars Spiceland, " 

Elmina Unthnnk Spiceland, " 

Isaac Thomas Spiceland, " 

Mary Thomas Spiceland, " 

Clara Vance Spriiigport, " 

Matthew Wilson Spiceland. '■ 

Carrie White Spiceland. " 

Mill v White Danville, Illinois. 

Clara White Danville, " 

Clara M. White Rushville, Indiana. 



Catalogue of Scioklanp Academy. 



i Najik.s. Residence. 

f Addie Woollen... 1$$M Spiceland, Indiana. 

j 1 Willie Woollen Spiceland, 

| Frederick Wall Raleigh, 

I Eva Wilson Spiceland, • " 

j; Eva Working Raleigh, 

\\ John R. Wiggs Spiceland, 

]' Lizzie Hayes Dunrcith, 

| John Stubbs Spiceland, 

PRIMARY DEPARTMENT. 

i 

j Am lUlilvin. Kmma Biifkin. Rlmda Lalieiiger. 

i Oneida Bo<_-ue. Charley Bundy. W illie Bowman. 

I Anna Bo»ne. Abbie Butler; Thomas Biiticr. 

; Willie Butler, Elam Colli:;;-.. < ,eorge (.ollins. 

: Anna Clil't. Ola Ohn:n:u->ss. Emery Copeland. 

i Carrie Dawson. John Dean. Ellsworth Foster. 

; William Foster. Frank Gray. Robert GriSu, 

■ ; llarrison Guy. Virginia Grillin. Laura I lodson. 

, forty Ilodson. Luther Hiatt. James Hockctt. 

I; Clark Ilodson. , Earl HoUihgs worth, Gurney Hammond. 

Alien Hall. Sallie Huff. Emma Ilodson, 

I; Martha Hammond. Henry Jessnp. ■ Nora Jarrett. 

! Ellen Lariib. Cassnis Lamb. Bevan Johnson. 

I George MeudenhalT. Carrie Melivaine. Henry Melivaine. 

I; Henrv Nowby. Hiram Nicholson. Luther Xewby. 

[j Edirjir Pierce. Levi Pennington. AllVed Peterson. 

| Ivh'-ar Pleas. • lames Pleas. Earl Picas. 

1 Mary Penningtoii. Emma liatelili'. Fmma Risk. 

• Marv Risk. Lorin llatciiir. Walter Rogers. 

j Harry Ratclill'. Willie Ratclill'. Harmon Rayl. 

; s.in lord Sloul, Ellis Symoiis. A nnie Symons. 

j 1 Emma Svmons. Viola . Tigarl.. .lames Winsiow. 

! Ma^ie Thomas. Eli Lnthank. Luella Ln'.hank. 

i Anna, Thomas. Eddie Unthank. Harry Cnthank. 

)• Eva Fnt.hnnk. Henry Winsiow. Frank Thomas. 

I Kmma W hite. 
i 



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Catalogue of Svioeland Academy. 



IRREGULAR. 



Names. Residence. 

Maggie Brown Cbarlottsville, End. 

Joseph Blackledge Spiceland, " 

Charles W. Co (Tin Thorntown, " 

Amanda Commons Dunreith " 

Lizzie Commons Dunreith, " 

Marmaduke Gluys Carthage, " 

Jacob Kill Arba, 

Win. Millikan Spiceland. 

Aaron 1$. Bell Millville, 



RECAPITULATION. 



No. in Primary 77 

No. in Intermediate 89 

No. in Grammar School 175 

No. in High School 95 

No. Irregular 5) 



Total 445 



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15. 



COUKHE OF STUDY. 



PRIMARY DEPARTMENT. 



GRADE ('. 

Spelling. First |<C»(lor, Chart Lessons. 

GRADE B. 

First and Second Headers, (McGull'ey.) 
Writing with Pencil. 

Oral Lessons in Aiithmetic and Geography. 

GRADE A. 

Third and Fourth Readers, ( McGufi'ey.) Writing. 
Primary A rithmetic, ( Inciter ) Primary Geography, ( Guy< 



INTERMEDIATE DEPARTMENT. 



Writing. 

Fifth Reader, (McGvifley.) 
Arithmetic, No. 1. ( Feller.) 
Intermediate Geography, (Gujot.) 



GRAMMAR SCHOOL. 

Wi'iting. 
Spelling. 
Reading. 

Geography, (Guyot.) 

Grammar School Arithmetic, (Fclter.) 

English Grammar, (Harvey and Swinton.) 

Physiology, (Jarvis.) 

United States History, (Barnes.) 

Latin Lessons, (Harkness.) ' 

Exercises in Composition. 



Catalogue of SpickI-and Academy. 



HIGH SCHOOL— CLASSICAL COXJSSE. 



FIRST YEAH, 
Algebra, ( Hay. ) 

Latin Graminarand Reader, (Karkness.) 
Philosophy, CStedc.) 
■Algebra. 
Ciesar. 

Outlines of History, (Weber.) 
-Algebra. 
( !«»sa r, continued. 
Rhetoric 

I SKCOND YKA R ? 

Fuist Tekm — Geometry, (Robinson.) 
l/il iii — Virgil. 

Menial Philosophy, ( llickock' ) 
Second TiiitM — ( Iconietry. 

Virgil, coni iiiueii. 
Kngiisli LiK-raiure, (Hart.) 
Tiuui) Tkuji — 'JYigonomel r\ . 

( 'iccro's ( Irations. 
( Iheinistry, ( Steele. ) 

Ttimn v ear 

Fikst Term — Moral Philosophy, (Hiekoek.) 

Cicero' s' Orations, eontiiyned. 
Geolog3', ( K tceiei j 
Second Term — Astronomy, (Ray.) 

Logic, (True ) 
Political EoonCMwy, (I'erry. ) 
Tniui) Teum — Surveying, (Guinnurc. ) 

History of Ci\ iii /.a I ion. ( ( iuyzot. ) 
Botany. (Wood.) 

Those who wish to prepare for College, will substitute Greek 
in the last two years of the course for some of the studies in Lit 
erature and Natural Science. 

A Labratoiy furnishes an opportunity for studying Analytical 
Chemistry. 



Fiust Tekm — 
Second Tekm — 
Tmiiu Term — 



Catalogue ok Spichland Academy. 



RATES OF TUITIOW. 



High School-Second and Third Years *1 00 per Week 

High School— First Year g a u 

Grammar School „q „ u 

Intermediate Department u „ 

Primary Department QQ Term 

Normal Institute 

CALENDAR FOR 18?4 AKU 1ST5. 



The First Term begins 9th Mo., 14-th, 1874. ) j n sess ion 15 weeks. 
The First Term ends 12th Mo., 25th, lS74.j 

Vacation 1 Week. 

The 2d Term begins 1st Mo., 4th, 1875.) ln KCSS i on 12 weeks. 
The 'id Term ends 3d Mo., 20th, L87,>.J 

Vacation I Wkkk. 

The 3d Term begins 4th Mo., 5th, 1875.) j n soss ; nn 12 weeks. I 
The 3d Term ends 6th Mo., 25th, 187o.j 

The Normal Institute begins 8th Mo., 3d, L874. • 
The Normal Institute ends 9th Mo., 4th, 1874. 

Students will be received at any time when the School is not 
full, ami tuition will be charged from the time of entering until 

tUe S £ the ^dlffleulty heretofore of making collections 
j no scholar will be admitted into the School until tuition rate, 

j ,,!l S>oUand stationery, when furnished, must be paid for in cash. 

I 

I 

REMARKS UPOIS COURSE OF STUDY. 

Especial pains will be taken to prepare students for Teaching 
by a thorough and systematic drill in the Common School 
Branches. 

EXAlflitfATIOItfS. 

Public examinations occur at the close of each Term. Students 
are frequently required to pass written examinations on their 
studies. 



Catalog uk ov Simohi-and Aoauhmy. 



BOOK KEEPING. 

A room is set apart especially for a Commercial course, iu 
which the art of Book Keeping, in its various forms, is thorough- 
ly taught. Those who take the Commercial course will "be 
charged $20 00 for the First Term of 15 weeks, and $15 00 for 
each of the other Terms. Students can take one or two studies 
in connection with the course. 



AFPAKA.TIJS. 

In connection with the Labratory, Philosophical and Chemical 
Apparatus all'ord opportunities for numerous experiments, and 
students of natural science are instructed in the methods of ma- 
king such experiments. Students can also have accession to an 
excellent Telescope. There is also an interesting Geological 
Cabinet 'ill connection with the School. 

EECTlTilES. 

A Lecture Association allbrds an opportunity of hearing some 
of the most distinguished Lecturers in the count ry. Numerous 
Lectures are also given in connection with the School. 

El RK ARIES. 

There are three Libraries in connection with the School, of 
about Two Thousand Volumes, to which additions are constantly 
being made. 



LITERARY SOCIETIES. 

There are three permanent Literary Societies, to which two of 
the above Libraries belong. These Societies give exhibitions at 
the close; of each Term. 



i\OKM.4L INSTITUTE. 

The attention of Teachers in this and surrounding counties is 
invited to the Normal Institute to be held in August. No pains 
will be spared to make the course of study both interesting and 
profitable. 

LOCATION. 

The School is situated in the village of Spiceland. Henry Co., 
Indiana, 2£ miles north of Dunreith, — the latter place situated 
on the Pittsburg, Cincinnati and St. Louis Railroad. A hack 
meets the trains twice each day. Mails are received daily. 



Catalogue ok SrioKLANi) Academy. 



19. 



BOAllDIiVCi. 

The cost of Boarding ranges from $3 0U to $3 1>5 per week. 
! There is a Boarding-house connected with the School, the rooms 
j of which are rented to young women who wish to board them- 
j selves. Board need not cost these to exceed $1 50 or #2 00 per 
week. A stove, bedstead, two chairs and a table, are provided 
tor each room, the occupants furnishing such other articles as 
! they may need. The Principal will attend to furnising wood and 
I provisions if desired. The House is under the care of competent 
j Superintendents. A great many Students rent rooms in the vil- 
| lage and board themselves. The cost of board by this method 
| 'iced not lie more than $1 25 per week. The club system of 
j boarding has also been tried wilh success for several years. The 
j price of board may l>e considerably reduced by this method. The 
; Principal will give his personal attention to procuring hoarding 
places and rooms for all who may need his assistance. 



<«Ei\ERAE !Tis::*as. 

The School is under the care of the Society of Friends, and 
Students are expected to attend their Sabbath School and .Meet 
ing for Worship, or those of some other denomination. 

Each student should be furnished with a Bible. 

Students are required to keep study hours during the evening. 

Evening parties and late hours are strictly forbidden. 

There are no beer, liquor or billiard sa'oons in the village. 

No student will be retained in the School whose influence is 
known to have a corrupting and immoral tendency. 



DIPLOMA. 

Students whose conduct is exemplary, and who complete their 
course of study, will be furnished with a Diploma, signed by the 
Instructors and the President of the Hoard of Trustees, bavin" 
the School in charge. 



HOARD OF MANAGERS. 

J- P. BOO UK, ASA C. DAVIS. 

SOLOMON iM AC Y. JESSE GORDON 

CALEB -JOHNSON. JAS. COCHRAN. 

TIMOTHY WILSON, President of the Board- 
All communications in regard to the School, should be address- j 
ed to TIMOTHY WILSON, 

Spicelantl. Henry County, Indiana. 



20. 



Catalogue of Simceland Academy. 



fobwcs of x*mmj&.Gn?; 



BEQUEST OF PERSOJTjIWj Ml STATE 



I, , of the County of -, and State of , »ive and be- 
queath to the Trustees qf Spiceland Academy lindowment Fund, 

and to their successors, the sum of to be added to the said 

Fund, and the income to be applied to I lie uses and purposes 
thereof, as stipulated in the Articles of Incorporation. 



DEVISE Or REAL, ESTATE 



I, of the County of , give and devise to the Trustees 

of Spiceland Academy Endowment Fund, and to their success- 
ors, the following Real Estate, to- wit: Together with all appurte- 
nances thereunto belonging, to have, and to hold to them and 
their successors forever in trust, lor the sole use and benefit of 
Spiceland Academy, situated in Spiceland, Henry Count}', Indi- 
ana, — and upon this trust to dispose of and convey the same in 
such manner as said Trustees, or their successors shall direct — 
and all the proceeds accruing from such sale or conveyance shall 
be added to said Endowment Fund. 



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THE REPORTER, 
Spiceland, Indiana. 







OF 



Spieeland Academy 



FOR THE 



1874-5. 



AND 



CALENDAR FOB 1S75-6. 



NHW UASTLK, INI).: 

OOUUIEU STEAM 1'IUNT. 
' " 187S. 













24, 1875 


Aiinu.il Commencement 


. . June 


25, 1875 


Normal Term begins . . 


July 


27, 1875 






27, 1875 


Fall Term begins 


September 


7, 1875 






17, 1875 


Winter Term begins 


. . .January 


-1, 1876 






24, 187(5 


Summer Term begins 


. April 


4, 1870 


Public Meeting of the Alumni 


June 


22, 1870 






23, 187(5 


Annual Commencement 


June 


23, 187G 



Co 



Eli U. Cook 

John J. Stubbs . . 

Walter 1). Jones . 
Atvin H. Jenkins . 



. Spring Dale, Iowa. 
. Omaha, Nebraska. 



1S71. 



I. Macy Good 

C. R. Dixon 

R. G. Boone 

Dallis Sisson 

Mary V. Ballinger. . 
Louisa Wickorsham 
Lida Edwards 



1 SiTJ-J. 



Lindley H. Job n son 
David 11. Henley . . 

Jacob Hill 

Henry W. Painter. . 
Robert G. Mitchell . 



i s7:t. 



Sadie D. Talbert 

Aaron B. Bell 

J. Tilman Hutchins . 
John Pennington.. . . 
Mary Stubbs Painter 
Nathan Williams ... 
S. Carrie Talbert. . . . 



1874. 



Alice Carey Collin . . 
Elvira Spencer ... 

J. P. Edwards 

William S. Motfett. 
[id win 0. Kennard. 
Nathan Itosenbergcr 

W. ii. Jackson 

]). G. Mitchell 



.West Milton, Ohio. 

. Richmond. 

. Wabash. 

. Amo. 

. Spiceland. 

. Dunreith. 

. Evansville. 

. Lewi.-vilU. 

. Spiceland. 

. . Dunreith. 
. Spicchind. 
. .Arba. 
. . Spiceland. 
. .San Jose, California. 

. . Burlington, Iowa. 
. .Millville. 
. .Wabash. 
. . Somerset. 

Spiceland. 
. .Ridge Farm, Illinois. 
. . Spiceland. 

. . Spiceland. 
. . Greensboro. 
. .Boxley. 
. . Connersville. 
. Helena Arkansas. 
Thornlown. 
. . Kuightstown. 
. . Knightstown. 



TIMOTHY WILSON, 

S V PICK 1 PTE N DENT. 

OLIVER II. BOGUE, B. 8., 
Principal of Jliyh School. 
NATHAN NEWBY. 
LUZENA THORNBURG, A. B , 
Assistant Teachers in ]Ji<jh School. 
M. W. OIIAMNESK, M. A., 
I't'tnoijHil oj (Jommerciul Department. 
MARTHA A. MACY, 
Principal of Grammar School. 
LAURA OSBORNE, 
Teacher in Intermediate Department. 
ALICE CAREY COFFIN, 
Teacher in Primary Department. 



HIGH Sv. 

RESIDENT GRADUATE. 

.Thorntown. 

Nathan Rosen»>erger y 

SENIOR CLASS. 

Nettle Creek. 

William C Pigeon ' ' Spice i ;ul d. 

William W. Gregg Westlield. 

irvin StaUlCy SECOND YEAR- 

Milroy. 

William W. Barton ..Spieeland. 

William O. Barnard Qrcensfork. 

Oscar Baker Dunrcith. 

Nathan Brown ' Milton. 

Frank Clark .Punreith. 

Amanda Commons . .Spieeland. 

Maria Cochran Spieeland. 

Levi Edwards ..New London. 

Shelby W. Gifford ' " ' ' cla ,. kB burg. 

Lora M. Henry Dunreith. 

Charles C Johnson ""'.Jerome. 

William Mann ...Arcadia. 

Milton Roberts • " Spieeland. 

William Seaford spieeland. 

Em ™ T:;lh "' ; FIRST YEAR- 

Knisditstown. 

llcnr> B, Anderson y 1 " Conncrsvi n e . 

Charles M. BUby " .MUton. 

Floranee R. Bceson Spieeland. 

Emma G. Ballinger " Su i ce land. 

Charles W. Ballinger ...Spieeland. 

Ella Bog ne 



6 









Jav A. Buck 


Ogden. 




Calvin P. Buller 




[owa. 


J. William Brown 


Mt. Ema. 




Robert Caldwell 


Milton. 




William Cochran 


Spicelun .1. 




George \V. Cox . 


New Lisbon. 










Florence C. Davis 












Nathan Elliott 






George Frazer 






Calvin Gilliam 






WSlard Hall 


















Alvm T. Jlunt | 


• 










Mtiry E. Jones 




Ohio 


Louie Johnson 






Sarah K earns 






iMttt Larison 






Abram La Rue 






William V. Mars burn 


J " 


c. 


Marion M'Millin 






.J. P. Mitchell 


Spiceland. 




Thomas Mitchell <t 






Albert M'Jlvaine 
















































Josephine Nixon 


Spiceland. 




Fritz 0. Patton 


Clarksburg. 




Robert W. Patton 


Greensburg. 




William 11. Patton 


Torre Haute. 





C'<t 



Utloauc of Spiccland Academy. 



John G. Payne. . . 
William H. Pa} ne. 
Clarkson Parker. . 
Belle Roberts. . . . 



.New Castle. 
.Cadiz. 
. Carthage. 
.Spiceland. 
Spiceland. 



Lizarah Roberts Arcadla 

Dolphin P. Roberts 



John 0. Reed 

Rhoda Symons. . . . 

John Seovell 

Emma ScotcII . . . 
Elbridge Stuart. . 
Addison Stegall . . . 

Frank F. Symons. 

Joseph H. Stubb" 

EH R- Small 

Ella Taylor 

Flora Talbert 



Mt. Summit. 
Spiccland. 
Spiceland. 
Spiccland. 
Spiceland. 
Williamsburg. 
. Spiceland. 
.Spiceland. 
. Marklevillc. 
.Spiceland. 
. Spiceland. 
New Garden. 



Metta Willcuts i \ New G ar den- 



Sudie Willcuts 
Ezra H. Woodward . . 

Libbie Weeks 

Robert Walton 

Obie B. Wilson 

Newton F. Williams 
George Williams . . 
Ella Williams . . 

Carrie Wright 

Chennie Wood 



Moorcsville. 

Mcchanicsburg. 

.Spiccland. 

.Spiceland. 
Mt. Summit. 

New Castle. 

. . . . Spiceland. 

.Greensboro. 

.Spiceland. 



J • William Hrown 
John Copcland . . . 



Richard G.Charman Spiceland. 

Iaa Dicks 

Charles Hunnicutt 

Albert Hammer , 

Sylvester 11. Jones 

Samuel Morris 

Oscar Macv .. . _ . 

garvey Meredith 



Mt. Etna. 
Spiceland. 
Centreville. 

Sp 

. .Economy. 
. .Grant City. 
. .Dunreitli, 
Elizabeth City 
Spiceland. 
. .Spiceland. 



8 



Catalogue of Spicefrtnd Academy. 



Charles Mitchell Martinsville. 

Robert Mitchell Martinsville. 

Walter Natter ; Martinsville. 

Linnaeus Porch Spiceland. 

Elbridge Stuart Spiceland. 

John Scovell Spiceland. 

Sylvanus Talbert Spiceland. 

Lemuel Welch Dunreith. 

Ezra Woodward Mooresvillc. 

Willard E. Williams Milton. 

Albert Williams Milton. 

GRAfiftRflAR SCHOOL. 

SECOND YEAR. 

Lewis Adams Ashland. 

J. G. Allen New Castle. 

E. B. Byrket Elizabeth City. 

Mattie Beeson Elizabeth City. 

Hallie Bailey - Freeport, Ohio. 

George Brooks Knightstown. 

Sylvia Compton West Milton, Ohio. 

John Copcland Spiceland. 

Edward Cloud Spiceland. 

Lewis Cloud Spiceland. 

Wiiliam Copcland Spiceland. 

James M. Chenoweth Mt. Etna. 

John Duckworth Hynsdale. 

Joshua Dickinson . . : Spiceland. 

N. D. Ellis West Liberty. 

Jennie Ferrcll Fortville. 

Casper Cause Hespcr, Kansas. 

Emma Hollo'.vay Spiceland. 

Joseph Hodges Paragon. 

Cassias M. Marian Connersville. 

Boxy Huist Milton. 

Samuel Harvey New Castle. 

Horace. Hunt Indianapolis. 

A lice Hintt Spiceland, 

Alonzo rlirishaw" C rcenshoro. 

Isaac Jones Pendleton. 

Kufus Jones West Mdton, Ohio. 



Catalogue of Spiceland Academy. 



9 



, t l ...Pendleton. 
Prank Jackson 

Mary Johnson ^wf'r-t 

j r Julian Elizabeth City. 

George H.Jackson Spiceland 

Mima Jackson Spiceland. 

„ „i„ . . Barton i a. 

Cassius Kennedy 

,, , r - . Spiceiauu. 

Rut us King | 

• r i i Cleveland. 

Mattie Lmcbeok 

MoilieLangdon Milroy. 

„~ t ,„ . . .Mechnniesburg^ 

James VV . Lewis 

s,i i.,i- . .Greenstone. 

Eden Martindale 

, ..... .Greensboro. 

• Ada Mills . . . 

MuW , .Spiceland. 

Ida Macv ' . , , 

' .Spiceland. 

Emma JNewov . , , 

. T , . .Spiceland. 

Alvm Pamler 1 , 

... ... Spiceland. 

HtZ Eiizabo.h city. 

I Lindluv t ai kei 

Snnn import. 

Emma Rhoton. . , 1 ,. 

.„ ,,. , Moiitpe'icr. 

J. W. Rmard . . 1 

Knigbtstown. 

Logan Uogers 

. ... I . ... .Raysville. 

Alice. Sbelton •' . 

, . Spiceland. 

Frank Stuart ' t * i «... 

i , r .. . . West Liberty. 

F. M. Simpson 

i , . Greenfield. 

Wallace A. Simmons « 

„: . . Elizabeth City. 

J. W. Smith _. . , 

, , ..Richmond. 

Charles Stevenson ,„•,-., 

. ,■ , Plain held. 

Lizzie Toinlinson 

, , Charlottsville. 

Carrie Thornburgli 

. ,t . • \. ■ ■ .Spiceland. 

I Louie Unttiank 1 

„ r ...... Kokomo. 

I Omar Wilhtts 

J Albert Williams 

a , wr-wi . . Milton 

I ' Willard L. Williams 

„ r , Mechanicsuurg. 
1 Emma We«?ka 

FIRST YEAR. 

Spiceland. 

nattie BogUe ' 

, ,, . . Milton. 

Mark Beeson 

, .Richmond. 
John Broekman 

New Castle. 

William Brown 

. ,, Spiceland. 
Conic Boguc 1 



10 



Catalogue of Spiceland Academy . 



Perry Blankinship. . 

Adda M. Bond 

Josie A. Bold 

Mollie Butler 



. Paragon. 
.Webster. 
.Webster. 
.Dublin. 



F. E. Btiller Spiceland. 

Jennie Copeland Spiceland. 

Orpha Cux Spiceland. 

Frank Cochran Spiceland. 

Olive Caldwell , Levvisville. 

Thomas Copeland Spiceland. 

Emma Cloud Spiceland. 

Laura Clark Beeeli Grove. 

Celia Clark Beech Grove. 

Walter E. Coffin Spiceland. 

Mary E. Coffin Spiceland. 

llaltie Dickinson Spiceland. 

Alonzo Dougherty. ...y Millville. 

Mary Evans New Castle. 

Ada Fowler Spiceland. 

Anna Fowler Spiceland. 

Morris Pussel Pendleton. 

E.stella Fea tress Spiceland. 

Frank Fentress Spiceland. 

Perry Fleteher Bynsdalo. 

B. F. Hodges Paraxon. 

Ella I luDvcr Spiceland. 

i\l att ie Ilolli ngs worth Dun re.it.h . 

Mi la Hen ry Clarksburg. 

Wilson Hiatt Greensbor . 

Arthur Henley Spiceland. 

Elmer Harvey 

Ktnma Hurst Milton. 

Ogdcn. 

William Johnson } M ilton. 

Ada Jo h n son D u n re i t h . 

M elissa Jessup Spiceland. 

Theodore Jessnp Spiceland. 

Alice Jones West Milton, Ohio. 

Jesse Mavity ...Dunreith. 

Emma Men den hall Pendleton. 



Uataloaue of Spiceland Awd&ny. 



11 



.Darlington, I. T. 



Lena M iles 

Josie Miles Darlington, I. 1. 

Robert Mitchell Martinsville. 

Charles Mitchell Martinsville. 

Emma M'llvaine Dunreith. 

Alpheus Morris Elizabetn City. 

Alice Macy Spiceland. 

Cyrus Newlin Biudgi>port. 

Albert Nutter Martinsville. 

Ida Newby Spiceland. 

Arthur W. Osborne Economy. 

Adam Paaon Clarksburg. 

Emma Paltun Clarksburg. 

John Pickering Spiceland. 

and. 



Etcie Painter 

Harvey Pressnall 

Mar' ha Pigeon 

Albert Paxton 

Ida Roberts 

Albert Reese 

William Bisk 

Rebecca Reese 

John Reuse 

Eli Roberts 

Ellas Reese :•• 

John Rawlins • 

William R. Reeves 

Rachel R >berts 

.Melissa Reagan 

Charles Rate till 

James S: u bbs 

John Stuhbs 

Albert Strasttow 

India Sands ,• 

Mary Tlomas 

Oliver ]'. Taylor 

Elraa Talberi 

Miittie Thomas 

William Thomas 

Allan Trueblood Warrington 



.Spiccn 
Cadiz. 

Netlle Creek. 
Ogden. 
.Spiceland. 
.Cadiz 

.Greensboro. 
.Cadiz. 
.Cleveland. 
.Arcadia. 
.Cleveland. 
.Klizahe/h City. 
.Warrington. 
.Arcadia. 
.Greensboro. 
..Spiceland. 
.Spiceland. 
.Spiceland. 
..Spiceland. 
.Lewisville. 
..Spiceland. 
..Spiceland. 
..Spiceland. 
..Spiceland. 
..Sniceland. 



12 Catalogue of Spiceland Academy. 



Carrie Unthank Spiceland. 

John Win to ley Spieeland. 

Alice Whitoly Spiceland. 

Marcus Wood Kpiueland 

Eva Wilson Spicchmch 

John Wilmington Westfield. 

Salai hiel Watkins Churl, atsville. 

Ter'rcU Wilson Spieeland. 



Jay A. Buck Ogden. 

C. F. Buiuly Elizabeth City. 

William O. Barnard Spiceland. 

Nathan Brown Dunreith. 

S. Ella Boguc Spiceland. 

Emma Bal linger Spiceland. 

Mary V. Bailinger Evansville. 

Sadie; K. Cummings Knightstown. 

Lydia Dennis Daltnn. 

Ella DoBolt Richmond. 

Cora Dillon Westlield. 

Amanda A. Duncan FortvUle. 

Levi Edwards Spiceland. 

Jos iah Ed wards Box 1 ey. 

M. Groeuendyke New Lisbon. 

Jenn e Ferretl Fortville. 

James S. Foley....* Charlotlsville. 

Ida Glass Knightstown. 

Clarkson Gauze • Dublin 

William W. Gregg Spiceland. 

Calvin H. Gilliam Sheridan. 

Clinton I less Cadiz. 

Myra Hammer Grunt City. 

Jason W. Holloway Spiceland. 

Addie Hess Cadiz. 

Alice A. lliatt Spieeland. 

Jennie Ilodgin Ogden. 

Anthony E. Huston Mechanicsburg 

Jehu Had ley Peeksbu rg. 

Sylvester Hamilton Knightstown. 



Catalogue of iSpicclund^Acudcmy. 



Sand! Henley Dublin. 

Sallie W. Huston xMechanicsburg. 

Alice Johnson Lewisville. 

Belinda Johnson Lewisville. 

-les.se K. James Greensboro. 

J. Taylor Kitchen Raysville. 

Sarah E. Kearns Spieeland. 

Kdwin 0. Kenuard Heteu,., Arkansas. 

Leondo Ladcl Millville. 

M. AnnaLowery Knightstown. 

Mary A. S. Lowry Knightstown. 

J - W - Low -y Knightstown. 

! A - J - Morris Carthage. 

I Samuel H. Mac\ Spiceland. 

j Jasper M'Cray Warrington. 

Mary J. M'Cl'ay Warrington. 

i Albert Paxton 0<nlon/ 

I S. W. Buxton Lewisville. 

! J " G - F.'vne Now Castle. 

Lizzie Pierce Spiceland. 

William C Pigeon Nettle Creek. 

George R. Llinard Now Castle. 

William C. Rif'ner Valley Junction, 

Emma Rhoton Springport. 

Lizzie Rhoton Springport. 

Nathan Rosenberger Thorn town. 

Robert Smith '....New Castle. 

j J " l,u ....New Castle. 

Mira Saint Greensboro. 

I William Scaford Spieeland. 

I M. Emma Talbert Spieeiand. 

S. Carrie Talbert. ...S acclaim 

Andrew Troxell Knightstown. 

W. II. Walters Connersville. 

Libbie Weeks Mechanicsburg. 

Louisa Wiekersham Lewisville. 

S Ella Williams Spiceland. 

Cynthia Wright Greensboro. 

S. J. Wright Greensboro. 

Chennie Wood Spieeland. 



Catalogue of Spicclaii.d Academy. 



Joseph »V alton Spiceland. 

John It. White , Le Grand, Iowa. 

A. Exum White Levvisville. 

Robert C. Walton Spiceland. 

INTERMEDIATE DEPARTMENT. 

Anson Bogue, Willie Hoover, Metta Pleas, 

Wilson Basye, Henry G. Hunt, Alfred Peterson, 

Dora Butler, John Hoover, Charles O. Parker, 

Ella Butler, Willis Hollingsworth, Albert Pickett, 

Viola Bundy, Otis Hollow ay, Charles Ratcliff, 

Minnie Butler, Alvin Hall, Charles Stevens, 

Vestal Coffin, John Hodges, Charles Sears, 

Oscar Chamness, Nora Jarrett, Carlvle Spencer, 

Theodore Chamness, Henry Jessup, Carrie Scott, 

Carrie Chamness, Ann .Jessup, Ella Sears, 

Allan Dicks, Willie King, Louie Smith, 

Gurney Dicks, Kelson King, Tronic Spencer, 

Ann Jessup, John Martin, Isaac Thomas, 

Joshua Fussell, Elmer Mathews, Elwood Talbert, 

Lcroy Fussell, Carrie MTlvaiae, Martin Vickeiy, 

Willie Gordon, Allan Newby, Florence C. Voorhees, 

John Griffin. Luther iS'ewby, Ada Woolen, 

Emma Hiatt, Hiram Nicholson,* John It. Wigg«, 

Lee Hudelson, Mary Newby, Marion Wright, 

Willie Ilobson, Eddie Pierce, Willie Woolen, 

M. Hollingsworth, Cora Phelps, Isadore Wilkins, 

L. Dora Hall, Levi Pennington, Matthew Wilson. 

Isadore Hall, Orange Painter, 

PRIMARY DEPARTMENT. 

Rhoda Ballinger, Willie Butler, Fannie Collins, 

Ona Bogue, Jason E. Brewer; John Deanc, 

Abbie Butler, Attie Butler, Ora Furness, 

Tommie Butler, Ola Chamness, Carrie Dawson, 

Katie Basye, Eion Collins, Eddie Evans, 

Anna Bogue, Emory Copeland, Josie Ellis, 

Hannah Burnett, George Collins, Frank Elmore, 



•DuceiiHud. 



Catalogue of Spiceland Academy. 



15 



Josie Elmore, 
Sucy Griffin, 
Robert Griffin,* 
Vergie Griffin, 
Minnie Hodson, 
Earl Hollingsworth, 
Lorena Hunt, 
Gurney Ham ond, 
Mattie Hammond, 
Addie Hodson, 
Junius Ilockett, 
Johnnie Hudelson, 
Luther Hiatt, 
Flora Hodson, 
Hattie Hudelson, 
Perry Ho Ison, 
Laura Hodson, 



Vandora Lawrence, 
Delana Mcndcnhall, 
Phebe Mendenhall, 
Nora Macv, 
Henry Newby, 
Essie Newhy, 
Eli Newby, 
M ary Penning ton , 
Robert Pleas, 
Edgar Pleas. 
Earl Pleas, 
Harmon Rayl, 
Albert Rogefs, 
Harry Ratcliff, 
Mary Risk, 
Walter Rogers, 
Lorin Ratclift", 



Emma Risk, 
Minnie Ratcliff, 
Lida Spencer, 
Linnie Spencer, 
Ellis Symons, 
Charlie Stui bs, 
O'us Stubbs, 
Anna Syinons, 
Willie Talbert, 
Maggie Thomas, 
C. F. Thomas, 
Bertha Wood, 
Sarah Wright, 
Henry Winslow, 
James M. Winslow, 
Jennie White. 



'Deceased. 



RECAPITULATION. 

High School, 

Commercial Department, - 

Grammar School, ------ 

Normal Department, 

Intermediate Department, - 

Primary Department, 

Number who are in two departments, 



93 
21 
154 
74 
68 
71 
25 



Total in attendance. 



455 




PRIMARY DEPARTMENT. 

GRADE C. 



Spoiling. First Reader. Chart Lessons. 

GRADE B. 

First anr] Second Readers, (McGuffey. ) 
Writing with Pencil. 

Oral Lessons in Arithmetic and Geography. 

GRADE A. 

Third and Fourth Readers, (McGuffey.) 
Writing. 

Primary Arithmetic, ("Felter. ) 
Primary Geography, (Guyot.) 



INTERMEDIATE DEPARTMENT. 

Writing. 

Fifth Reader, (MeGufley. ) 
Arithmetic — No. 1, (Felter.) 
Intermediate Geography, (Guyot. ) 



GRAMMAR SCHOOL. 

Writing. 
Spoiling. 
Reading. 

Grammar School Arithmetic, (Felter.) 
English Grammar, (Harvey.) 
Physiology (Jarvis.) 
U. S. History, (Barnes.) 
Latin Lessons, (Ilarkness.) 
Exercises in Composition. 



^ 1 a L o a n 



OF 



Spieeland Academy, 



FOR THE 



1874-5;/^ 



AND 



CALENDAR FOR 1875-6. 



NEW CASTLK, INI). 

COUUIER STEAM PRINT. 
1875. 



Public Meeting of the Alumni June 24, 1875 

Annual Commencement June 25, 1875 

Normal Term begins. . Jul}' 27, 1875 

Normal Term closes August 27, 1875 

Fall Term begins September 7, 1875 

Fall Term closes December J 7, 1875 

Winter Term begins January 4, 1876 

Winter Term closes March 24, I87(i 

Summer Term begins ; . . April 4, INTO 

Public Meeting of the Alumni June 22, 1 <S7(J 

Summer Term closes June 215, 1N7(> 

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Spring Dale, Iowa. 


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TIMOTHY WILSON, 

SDPEKINTE N DENT. 

OLIVER H. ROGUE, B. S., 
Principal of High School. 
NAT 1 1 AN NEWBY. 
LUZENA THORNBURG, A. B, 
Assistant Teachers in High /School. 
M. W. OHAMNESS, M. A., 
Principal <>J ('ommercial Department. 
MARTHA A MACY. 
Principal of Grammar School- 
LAURA OSBORNE, 
Teacher in Intermediate Department. 
ALICE CAREY COFFIN, 
Teacher in Primary Department. 



HIGH SCHOOL. 

RESIDENT GRADUATE. 

Nathan Rosen he rge r Thorntown. 

SENIOR CLASS. 

William C Pigeon Nettle Creek. 

William W, Gregg Spiceland. 

, i Westfield. 
Irvin Stanley 

SECOND YEAR. 

William W. Barton Milroy. 

William O. Barnard Spiceland 

Oscar Baker Greensfork. 

Nathan Brown Dunreith. 

Frank C'.ark . '. MU *°n. 

Amanda Commons Dunreith 

„ ,^ , Spiceland. 

Maria Cochran ^ 1 

Levi Edwards ...Spiceland 

Shelby W.Giffo .l ^ Lond ° n - 

Lora M.Henry Clarksburg. 

Charles C Johnson Dunreith. 

,„ . Jerome. 

W liiiam Mann 

Milton Roberts Arcadia. 

William Scaford Spiceland. 

ICtnm'i ialberi ' 

FIRST YEAR. 

Hern B. Anderson Knightstown. 

Charles M. Bilby Connersv.lle. 

Fforanee R Beeson Milton. 

Emma G. Ballinger Spiceland. 

Charles W. Hal linger Spiceland. 

S EllaBo-ue Spiceland. 



Catalogue of Spieeland Academy . 



Lurisford L. Broaddus ConnersvlUe. 

Jay A. Buck Ogden. 

Calvin P. Butler Spring Dak-, Iowa. 

J. William Brown Mt. Etna. 

-Robert Caldwell Milton. 

William Cochran Spieelan J. 

George W. Cox. . .- New Lisbon. 

-William S. Clark . Beeehgrove. 

Florence C. Davis .Dunreith. 

William Edwards Spieeland. 

Nathan Elliott G reensboro. 

George Frazer Williamsburg. 

Calvin Gilliam Sheridan. 

Willard Hall Leivisville, 

M orris W. iluclelsou Dumeith. 

Lee Haskett Kokomo. 

-Alvm T. Hunt ' '..Kokomo. 

Mahal;* Jones Pendleton. 

Mary E. Jones West Milton, Ohio. 

Louie Johnson Dunreith. 

Sarah Kearns Spieeland. 

Ella Larison Cerro Gordo. 

Abram La Kne Mt. Summit. 

Willi am V. Marsburn Snow Cap, N. C. 

Chattie Mills Center Valley. 

Marion M'Millin Star. 

J. P. Mitchell. . . Spicekml. 

Thomas Mitehell Spieeland. 

Albert M'llvaine Dunreith. 

Mary M. Munger Milton. - 

Jasper M'Cray Warrington. 

Kmma M'New Spicelaml. 

Mary Nevvby !>hanghai. 

William New by Shanghai. 

Walter E. Nutter Martinsville. 

Laura B. Nuwby Spieeland. 

Josephine Nixun Spieeland. 

Fritz 0. Patton, Clarksburg. 

Robert W. Patton Greensburg. 

William 11. Patton Terre Haute. 



Catalogue of Spieeland Academy. 



i John G. Payne New Castle. 

William U. Payne Cadiz. 

Clarkson Parker Carthage. 

Belle Roberts Spieeland. 

Lizarah Roberts Spieeland. 

Dolphin P. Roberts Arcadia. 

John 0. Reed .Mt. Summit. 

Rhoda Syrnona Spieeland. 

J,,hn S(;ovc11 Spieeland. 

Emma Seovell Spieeland. 

Elbridge Stuart Spieeland. 

Addison Stegall Wilhamsburg. 

Frank F. Syrnona Spieeland. 

Joseph It. Stubb« Spieeland. 

Kli R Siaall Markloville. 

EIIa Tn .Yl"r • Spieeland. 

Flora Talbett Spieeland. 

Metta Willeuts N cw Garden. 

Sudie Willeuts New Garden. 

Ezra H. Woodward MooWvilfe. 

Libbie Weeks Mechanicsburg. 

Robert Walton Spieeland. 

Oilio B. Wilson. Spieeland. 

Newton F. Williams Mt. Summit. 

: George Williams New Castle. 

i El'a Williams; Spieeland. 

Carrie Wright Greensboro. 

Chennio Wood Spieeland. 

COMMERCIAL O E P A & T M E N T. 

J- William Brown Mt. Etna. 

John Copoland Spieeland. 

Ridiard G. Charman C ntreville. 

,nu ,)irks Spieeland. 

Charles Ilium ieult Economy. 

Albert Hammer Grant City 

SylvcsUr 11. Jones Dunreith. 

Samuel Morris Elizabeth City. 

Oscar Maey Spieeland. 

Harvey Meredith * Spieeland. 



Catalogue of Spiceland Academy . 



Charles Mitchell Martinsville. 

Robert Mitchell Martinsville. 

Walter Nutter Martinsville. 

Linnaeus Porch Spiceland. 

Elbridge Stuart Spiccland. 

John Scdvell .Spiceland. 

Sylvanus Talbert Spiccland. 

Lemuel Welch Dunreith. 

Ezra Woodward . Mooresville. 

Willard E. Williams Milton. 

Albert Williams Milton. 

CRAftfflEVIAR SCHOOL. 

SECOND YEAR. 

Lewis Adams Asr.li land. 

J. (Sr. Allen New Castle. 

E. 13. Byrket , Elizabeth City. 

Mattic Beieson Elizabeth City. 

If all ie Bailey Freoport, Ohio. 

George Brooks Knightstown. 

S-vWia Compton West Milton, Ohio 

John Copeland Spiccland. 

•Edward Cloud Spicelaud. 

Lewis Cloud Spiceland. 

William Copeland Spiccland. 

Jriih-s M. Clumowt-th Ml. Etna. 

.Join) Duckworth IlynsdalC. 

Joshua Dickinson Spiceland. 

N. D. Eliis West Liberty. 

Jennie Ferrell Fortville. 

Casper Gau so Hespcr, Kansas. 

Emma Kolloway Spiceland. 

Joseph Hodges Paragon. 

Cassias M. Harlan Connersville., 

Roxy Hurst Milton. 

Samuel Harvey New Castle. 

Horace Hunt Indianapolis. 

Alice Hii\tt Spiceland. 

Alonzo I linsha .v" (»n v ensb(vro, 

Isaac Jones Pcndlc'oii. 

Rufns Jones We*l Milton, Ohio. 



Catalogue of Spiceland Academy. 



, Spiceland. 
Barton i a. 



Mechanicsbnrg. 
Green slork. 
Greensboro. 



Prank Jackson .' Pendleton. 

Mary Johnson Spiceland 

j p j uliu0 Elizabeth City. 

George H.Jackson' Spiceland 

Mima Jackson 

Cassius Kennedy 

Ruins King Spiceland 

Mattie Linebeck Cleveland 

Mollie Langdon - Mih ' - Y 

Jam-s W. Lewis 

Eden Martindalc 

Ada Mills 

| : i(i . S piceland. 

vt i . . Spiceland. 

Emma Ncwby 1 

... Spiceland. 

Alvin Painter 1 

... Spiceland. 

Pierce 1 _ , 

Elizabeth City. 

.Carthage. 

Spi'ingport. 

Montpelier. 

Kniglitstown. 

Raysvillc. 

Spiccland. 

West Liberty. 

Greenfield. 

" Elizabeth City. 

Richmond. 

Plainticld. 

Charlottsville. 

Spiceland. 

Kokomo. 

... Milton. 



Fanny 

David L. Petty 

Lindley Parker 

Emma Rhoton 

J. W. Rinard 

Logan Rogers 

Alice Sh'dt.on 

Frank Stuart 

F. M. Simpson 

Wallace A. Simmons 

J. W. Smith 

Charles Stevenson . . 
Lizzie Toralinsoh . . . 
Carrie Thornbnrgh . 
Louie Until u tik ... ■ 

Omar Willitts 

Albert Williams. . . . 

Willard E. Williams Hilton. 

Emma Weeks 

FIRST YEAR. 



Median icsburg. 



Ilattie B"gitc ... 
Mark Hccsui) .... 
John Broekiuan . . 
William Brown . . . 
Coi ric Bog no . . . 



Spiceland. 

Milton. 
. Richmond. 
.New ( Jastlc. 

Spiceland. 



JO Catalogue of . Spieeland Academy. 



PeiTy BlauMiiahip . . Paragon. 

Adda M. Bond ..Webster. 

Josie A. Bo'id ... Webster. 

Mollie Build' Dublin. 

F. E. Buller. .- Spieeland. 

Jennie Copeland bpiceland. 

Orpha Cox Spieeland. 

Frank Cochran .'. .Bpiceland. 

Olive Caldwell Lewisville. 

Thomas Copelaud Spicelund. 

Emma Cloud Spieeland. 

Laura Clark Beech Grove. 

Colia Clark Beech Grove. 

Walter E. Coffin Spieeland. 

Mary E. Coffin Spieeland. 

ilaltie Dickinson Spicelund. 

Alonzo Dougherty..! Millville. 

Mary Evans New Castle. 

Ada Fowler Spieeland. 

Anna Fowler Spheland. 

Morris Fussel Pendleton. 

Estella Fentress Spieeland. 

Frank Fentress Spieeland. 

Pe rry Fletcher Hy nsdale. 

B. F. Hodges Paragon. 

Ella Hoover Spieeland. 

nl attic Dol lings worth Dunreith. 

Mila Henry Clarksburg. 

Wilson lliatt Creensbor . 

Arlh ur Henley Spieeland. 

Elmer Harvey 

Einina 11 ui si M ilton. 

Emery Hod son Ogden, 

William Johnson Milton. 

Ada Johnson Dunreith. 

Melissa. Jessup Spieeland. 

Theodore Jessup Spieeland. 

Alice Jones West Milton, Ohi 

.Tesso Mavity Dunreith. 

Emma Men den hall Pendleton. 



Catalogue of /Spieeland Academy. 11 

Lena Miles Darlington, 1. T. 

Josie Miles Darlington, I. T. 

Robert Mitchell i Martinsville. 

Charles Mitchell Martinsville. 

Emma MTlvaine Dunreith. 

Alpheus Morris Elizabeth City. 

Alice Macy Spicelauu. 

Cyrus Newlin Bridgeport. 

Albert Nutter Martinsville. 

Ida Newby Spieeland. 

Arthur W. Osborne Economy. 

Adam Paiton Clarksburg. 

Emma Patton Clarksburg. 

John Pickering..: Spieeland. 

Etlie Painter Spieeland. 

Harvev Pressnall Cjadi£ 

Martha Pigeon NouLe Creek. 

Albert Pa.vton Ogden. 

Ida. Roberts Spieeland. 

Albert Reese C:ltliz 

William Bisk Greensboro. 

Rebecca Reese Cadiz ' 

John Reese Cleveland. 

Eli Roberts Arcadia. 

Elias Reese Cleveland. 

John Rawlins Elizabeth City. 

William R. Reeves Warrington. 

Rachel R die ts Arcadia. 

Melissa Rcniran.... Greensboro. 

Charles Ratchd Spieeland. 

James Svnbhs Spieeland. 

John Stubbs ....Spieeland. 

Albert St.ratton..... Spieeland. 

India Sands Lewisville. 

Marv Thomas Spieeland. 

Oliver P. Taylor Spieeland. 

Elmo Talbcrt Spieeland. 

Mattie Thomas Spieeland. 

William Thomas Spieeland. 

Allan Trueblood Warrington. 



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Catalogue of S/nceland Academy. 



C:im<j Hnthank Spiceland, 

John Wlntc lev Spiceland. 

Albe Wliitely • Spiceland. 

Marcus Wood Spire I an 1 1 

Eva "Wilson Spieeland, 

John Wilmington Westfield. 

Salatliicil WaUiins C'h:irl. .itsvillo. 

Tecrell Wilson Spiwltiad. 

NORMAL DEPARTED EP£T. 

.Jay A. Buck Ogden. 

C. F. Buurty Elizabeth City. 

William O. Barnal'd Spiceland. 

Nathan Brown I hmreitli. 

S. Ella Boguc Spiceland. 

Emma Ballihger Spiceland. 

Mai|y V. Ballihger I Evansville. 

±>adie K. Cnmmings Knightstown. 

L\ dia Dennis Dalton. 

Ella De Bo It Richmond. 

( !ora Dillon Westttold. 

Amanda A. Duncan Fortvillc. 

Levi Edwards Spiceland. 

Josuib Edward** Bo x 1 ey. 

M. Groenendyke New Lisbon. 

Jenn o Fei'rcll Fortville, 

James S. Foley Charlottsville. 

Ida Gla--s Knigbtstown. 

Clarkson Gauze Dublin 

William W. Gregg Spiceland. 

Calvin B. Gilliam Sheridan. 

Clinton flcss Cadiz. 

Myra liammer Grant City. 

Jason W« Holloway Spicelaud. 

Addie Ucss Cadiz. 

Alice, A. Hiatt Spiceland. 

Jennie Hodgin Ogden. 

Antliony E. Huston Meclianicsburg 

Jehu 1 1 ad ley Pecksblllg. 

Sylvias in- I linn i I ton Knights town. 



Dublin. 

Sarah lienley ...;tfeehanicsburg. 

Sadie W. Huston .'..".Lewisville. 

Alice Johnson [.''xewisvlllc. 

Zelinda Johnson "'.".Greensboro. 

Jesse K. James .RaysviUe. 

J. Taylor Kitchen .'...".Spiceland. 

Sarah E. Kearns ..Helen:., Arkansas. 

Edwin O. Kennard .........M iUyille. 

Leondo Ladd ^ Knio-hAStown. 

M. AnnaLowery ..Knigbtstown. 

Mary A. S. Lowry '.'.'.Knightslown. 

J. W. Lowry Zcartha- 



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A. J- Morris Spiceland. 

Samuel 11. Macy Warrington. 

Jasper M'Cray Wanington. 

Mary J- M'Cray • ...Ogdoa. 

Albert Pax*.on ^Lcwisv.Ute. 

S. W. Paxton .....New Castle. 

J. G. Payne "" ^iceland. 

Lizzie Fierce fettle Creek. 

William C Pigeon .'.".'..New Castle. 

George K. Rinard - Valley Junction, 0. 

William C Rifner '...Springport. 

Emma Rboton ...Springport. 

Lizzie Rboton ..Thorntowu. 

Nathan Rosenbergs '"'""'New Castle. 

Robert Smith ....New Castle. 

John Smbh . .Greensboro. 

Mira Saint • ....Spiceland. 

William Seat'ord ['.'"spieeland. 

M. Emma Talbert .......Spiceland, 

S. Carrie Talbert ..Knighlstown. 

Andrew Iroxoli ..Connersville. 

W. H. Walters Meclmnicsburg. 

Libbie Weeks... • Lewisvillo. 

Louisa Wickersham Spiceland. 

S Ella Williams """ZL.G rcensboro. 

Cynthia Wright ..Greensboro. 

S J. Wright Spiceland. 



14 Catalogue of Spieeland Academy. 

Joseph »V .ikon Spieeland. 

John R. White , Le Grand. Iowa. 

A. Exum White Lcviavi lie. 

Robert C. Walton Spieeland. 

INTERMEDIATE DEPARTMENT. 



Anson Bogue, 
Wilson Basj'e, 
Dora Butler, 
Ella But! or, 
Viola Bundy, 
Minnie Butler, 
Vestal Collin, 
Oscar Chamness, 
Theodore Chamness, 
Carrie Chamness, 
Allan Dicks, 
Gurney Dicks, 
Ann Jessup, 
Joshua Fussell, 
Leroy Fussell, 
Willie Gordon, 
John Griffin. 
Emma lliatt, 
Leo Hudelson, 
Willie Hobson, 
M. Hollingsworth, 
L. Dora Mall, 
Isadore Hall, 



Willie Hoover, 
Henry G. Hunt, 
John Hoover, 
Willis Uollingsworth 
Otis Hollow ay, 
Alvin Hall, 
John Hodges, 
Nora J arrcH, 
Henry Jessup, 
Ann Jessup, 
W'llie King, 
Nelson King, 
John Martin, 
Elmer Mathews, 
Carrie M'llvaine, 
Allan Newby. 
Luther Newby; 
Hiram Nicholson,* 
Mary Newby, 1 
Eddie Tierce, 
Cora Phelps, 
Levi Pennington, 
Orange Painter, 



Metta Pleas, 
Alfred Peterson, 
Charles O. Parker, 
, Albert Pickett, 
Charles Ratcliff, 
Charles Stevens, 
Charles Sears, 
Carlvle Spencer, 
Carrie Scott, 
Ella Sears, 
Louie Smith, 
Tronic Spencer, 
Isaac Thomas, 
El wood Talbert, 
Martin Vickeiy, 
Florence C. Voorhces, 
Ada Woolen, 
John R. Wigg«, 
Marion Wright, 
Willie Woolen, 
Isadore Wilkins, 
Matthew Wilson. 



PRi&IARY DEPARTMENT. 



Rhoda Ballingcr, 
Ona Bogne, 
Abbic Butler, 
Tomtriie Butler, 
Katie Basye, 
Anna Bogue, 
Hannah Burnett, 



Willie Butler, 
Jason E. Brewer, 
Attic Butler, 
Ola Chamness, 
Eion Collins, 
Emory Copeland, 
George Collins, 



Fannie Collins, 
John Deane, 
Ora Furness, 
Carrie Dawson, 
Eddie Evans, 
Josie Ellis, 
Frank Elmore, 



'Deceased. 



Catalogue of Spieeland Academy. 



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Josie Elmore, 
Suey Griffin, 
Robert Griffin,* 
Vergie Griffin, 
Minnie Hodson, 
Earl Hollingsworth, 
Lorena Hunt, 
Gurney Ham ond, 
Mattie Hammond, 
Addie Hodson, 
Junius Hoekett, 
Johnnie Hudelson, 
Luth r Hi-att, 
Flora Hodson, 
Hattic Hudelson, 
Perry Ho Ison. 
Laura Hodson, 



Vandora Lawrence, Emma Risk, 
Delana Mendenhali, Minnie RatclitI, 
Phebe Mendenhali, Lida Spencer, 



Nora Macv, 
Henry Newby, 
Essie Newby. 
Eli Newby, 
Mary Pennington. 
Robert Pleas, 
Edgar Pleas. 
Earl Pleas'. 
Harmon Rayi, 
Albert Rogets, 
Harry Ratcliff, 
Mary Risk. 
Walter Rogers. 
Lorin Ratcliff, 



Linnie Spencer, 
Ellis Symons, 
Charlie Stui bs, 
Otis Stubbs, 
Anna Syuions. 
Willie Talbert, 
Maggie Thomas, 
C. F. Thomas, 
Bertha Wood, 
Sarah Wright. 
Henry Winslow, 
James M. Winslow, 
Jennie White. 



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High School, - 

Commercial Department, 

Grammar School, - 

Normal Department, 

Intermediate Department, 

Primary Department, - 

Number who are in two departments, 



Total in attendance, 



93 
211 
154 
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71 

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455 



PRIMARY DEPARTMENT. 

GRADE C. 

Spelling. First Reader. Chart Lessons. 

GRADE B. 

Ftowt aw\ Second Readers. ( McGufley.) 
Writing with Pencil. 

Oral Lessons in Arithmetic and Geography. 

GRADE A. 

Third and Fourth Readers, (McGllffoy.) 
Writing. 

Primary Arithmetic, (Felter.) 
Primary Geography, (Guyot.) 

INTERMEDIATE DEPARTMENT. 

Writing. 

Fifth Reader, (MeGutley.) 
Arithmetic — Mo. 1, (Felter.) 
Intermediate Geography, (Guyot. ) 

GRAMMAR SCHOOL. 

Writing. 
Spelling. 
Reading. 

Grammar School Arithmetic, (Felter.) 

English. Grammar, (Harvey.) 

Physiology (Jarvis. ) 

U. S. History. (Barnes.) 

Latin Lessons, (Darkness.) 

Exercises in Composition. 




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REMARKS ON THE COURSE OF STUDY. 



Believing that a true education, which is a proper develop 
meat of tho mind, can only bo obtained by diligent study aDd 
untiring industry, this institution will give thorough and sys- 
tematic instruction in all of the departments, "No royal road 
to learning" or cramming process will bo used, and students will 
be classified according to what they know and not by what thoy 
may have studied, and none will bo permitted to pass to tho 
advanced classes until they shall have completed tho preliminary 
work. 

A completion of tho Grammar School course will give 
students such proficiency as will enable them to proceed 
advantageously with the studies of the High School, and at the 
same time it is believed that they are woll adapted to tho wants 
of those who do not desire to enter on a more extended 
course of study. The High School course is full and compre- 
hensive and little inferior to most colleges, and students com- 
pleting it will bo qualified to fill almost any position in life. 

Thcro are daily recitations in Latin throughout throe years, 
and the number and variety of Latin and Greek selections from 
tho ancient authors, including Caisar, Virgil, Cicero, Xonophon, 
etc., are considered a sufficient foundation for a thorough class 
ical scholarship. 

Tho course in Chemistry includes qualitative analysis with 
actual work in the laboratory, and the classes in Chemistry and 
Natural Philosophy have access to a full line of chemical and 
philosophic apparatus; illustrations and experiments are per- 
formed before tho class whenever the subject requires them. 
Tho study of astronom y and surveying, in addition to tho text 
book, will include oral instruction on methods of calculations 
and observations, and a practical knowledge of tho use of the 
instruments, such as the compass, theodolite, and telescope. It 
is the design to make the study of Gorman of practical uso to 
those who pursue it; particular attention is paid to u correct 
pronunciation; the grammar and idioms will be studied in con- 
nection with some text book, and will be followed by transla 
tions, compositions, and conversations, tho language boing used 
as far as possible during recitations. 



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> In addition to the class drill in Rhetoric, students are required 
to have regular exercises in essay writing and recitation under 
tho direction of the teachers of the different departments. 

Tho work in English Literature is principally biographical, 
but particular attention is paid to direct students to such a 
course of reading as will secure a correct literary taste. This is 
greatly facilitated by the excellent libiarics to which all the 
students have access. 

C O U M. EEC I A 3i D E P A R T M E N T . 

Tho course of study in this department is divided into throe 
divisions— Theoretical; Junior and Senior- -and, with proper 
application, may he completed in from three to four months. In 
the Theoretical Division the student is instructed in Orthogra- 
phy, Penmanship, Commercial Correspondence, Mathematics, 
and the elements of Bookkeeping, the forms and uses ol busi- 
ness papers, such as Notes, Cheeks, Drafts, Bills of Exchange, 
Orders, Receipts, Bills of Lading, etc. 

In the Junior or Practical Division, the student is furnished 
with a capital of cash, merchandise, real estate, etc., and then 
proceeds to actual work — buys and sells merchandise, makes 
deposits in bank, gives and receives notes, checks,, drafts, re- 
ceipts, hills of exchange, acceptances, etc. Here the student j 
becomes familiar with the various forma of Bookkeeping, such j 
as apply to wholesale and reiaii merchandising, forwarding, 
commission, etc. J 

The Senior Division embraces thorough instruction in the j 
subject ot Banking aud in the various departments of Commer- j 
cial Law. 

Special attention is given lu the settlement of partnerships, av- 
origin g accounts, etc. 

Business Penmanship is taught daily throughout the Com- 
mercial Course, and those desiring it will be instructed i» Orna- 
mental Penmanship and Pen Drawing. 

THE NORMAL TERM. 

As the ■educational standard of the country is elevated a de- 
mand is created for teachers who have had special instruction in 
the science aud art of teaching. The time has passed when a 
knowledge of the necessary legal branches is deemed sufficient 
qualification foi the teacher of the common school. The indi- 
vidual who assumes the responsibility of guiding the develop- 



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ment of the human mind should avail himscll of every oppor- 
tunity for receiving that peculiar normal instruction which is 
designed to render his work in the school room most efficient. 
Teaching is no longer an occupation, it is a profession; a pro- 
fession which demands for its successful accomplishment as 
studied a preparation as that required for medicine, law or the 
ministry. 

The work contemplated at the special normal term, which 
begins July 27, may be briefly outlined as follows: 1st, A review 
of all the more dillicult points in each ol the legal branches; 2 *, 
A short course in the elements <•! the natural sciences, as usually- 
pursued in the High Schools of the State; 3d, A course of pro- 
fessional instruction in which the science and art of Pedagogics 
will be presented and a discussion of all the minutiae of school 
room work. 



RATES OF TUITION. 

High School — Second and third years, - $1 00 per week 
Commercial Department, - 1 00 per week 

High School — First year, - 85 per week 

Grammar School, ------ 75 per week 

Intermediate Department, - GO per week 

Primary Department, .... 40 per week 

Normal Institute, - 5 00 per term 

Students will he received at any time when the school is not 
full, and tuition will be charged from the time of entering. 

Rates of tuition must be paid in advance, counting from the 
time of entry until the close ol the current term, and no deduc 
tions wnl be made for absence of any kind. 

MUSIC. 

An accomplished teacher of music will give lessons each 
term on both piano and organ. Those who take music lessons 
will be charged from $8 to SLO per term extra. 



LOCATION. 

The school is situated in the village of Spiceland, Henry 
county, Indiana, two and one half miles north of Dunreith and 



Catalogue of Spiceland Academy. 23 

eight miles south of New Castle. Dunreith is on the Pittsburg, 
Cincinnati & St Louis Railroad, and New Castle is on the 
Chicago branch of the same road. A hack meets the trams 
twice each day at Dunreith, and after July 1 once each day at 
New Castle. Mails are received daily. 



LITERARY SOCIETIES. 

There are three permanent an, I well sustained literary soci- 
eties in connection with the school-The Lueemians, conducted 
by the ladies, and the Orescent and the Glisco Societies, by the j 
! gentlemen. 

I LIBRARIES AND READING ROOM. j 

There are three libraries, two belonging to the literary socie- j 
lies and one to the Academy Association, which contain about 
two thousand volumes, and additions are constantly being j 
made. A new library building and reading room are in contcm | 
plation, and will doubtless be erected during the summer. 



LECTURES. 

A lecture association affords an opportunity for hearing the 
most distinguished lecturers in the country. Numerous lectures 
are also given in connection with the school. _ 



APPARATUS AND CABINET. 

The institution is supplied with a full line of chemical and 
philosophical apparatus and an interesting geologic* cabinet 
The students have access to an excellent telescope and several 
private cabinets of rare value and interest. 

I 

BOARDING. j 

The cost of boarding ranges from $3 to $3 25 per week. There | 
i. a boarding house connected with the school, the rooms ot j 
which are rented to young women who wish to board themselves- 
Board need not cost these to exceed $1 50 or $2 per week. A 
atove bedstead, two chairs, and a table are provided for each | 



24 [Gaialujfue „«/ ii/nccland ~A cade my. 



room, the occupants furnishing such oilier articles as they may 
need. The Principal will attend to furnishing wood and pro- 
visions if desired. "The house is under the care] of competent 
Superintendents. A great many students rent rooms in the vil- 
lage and board themselves. The cost of board by this method 
need not be more than.$l 25 per week. The club system ol 
boarding has also been tried with success for several years. The 
price of board may be considerably reduced by this method- 
The Principal will give his personal attention to procuring 
boarding places and rooms for all who may need his assistance. 



GENERAL ITEMS. 

The school is under the care of the Society of Friends, and 
students are expected to attend their Sabbath-School an I meet- 
ing for worship, or those of some other denomination. 

Each student should be furnished with a Bible. 

Students are required to keep study hours during the evening. 

Evening parties and late hours are strictly forbidden. 

There arc no beer, liquor, or billiard saloons in the village. 

No student will be retained in the school whose influence is 
known to have u. corrupting and immoral tendency. 



DIPLOMA. 

Students whose conduct is exemplary, and who complete the 
courso of study will be furnished with a Diploma, signed by the 
Instructors ami the President ol the Hoard of Trustees, having 
the school in charge. 



BOARD OF MANAGERS. 

J. P. BOG UK, ASA C. DAVIS, 

SOLOMON MAOY, J ESSE GORDON, 

CALEB JOHNSON, -IAS. COCHRAN. 

CALEB JOHNSON, President of the Board. 
All communications in regard to the school should be 
addressed to TIMOTHY WILSON, 

Spiceland, Henry County, Indiana. 



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COURIER PTUN'T: 

NEW CASTLE, INDIANA. 
1877. 



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INSTRUCTORS: 



CLARKSON DA VIS, A. Itt., Superintendent, 

And Teacher of Mental and Moral Science. 

GEORGE W. EH FFOSU), A. Principal 

Of High School, unci Teacher of English Literature, Latin and Greek. 

SYLVANTS J. WRIGHT, A. B„ 

Teacher of Natural Science. 

MARTHA A. MACY, 
Teacher of Geography, English Grammar, and Beading. 

HANNAH R. DAVIS, 
Principal of Intermediate Department, and Teacher of History and Botany. 

GEORGIA N. LOCK HART, 

Principal of Primary Department. 

LI DA EDWARDS, 

Assistant in Primary. 

NATHAN H. BROWN and EDWIN 0. KENNARI), 

Assistants in Grammar and Intermediate Departments. , 
The Mathematical Studies have been divided among the instructors. 



This School has been legally incorporated by the Society of 
Friends, and is under the rare of the following 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES: 

CALEB JOHNSON. JAMES COCHRAN. 

J. p. BOttl E. SOLOMON MACY. 

JESSE GORDON. JOHN SYMONS. 



Calendar for tS/f^8* 



First Tenn begins September 3, 1S7 7. 
First Term ends December 20, 1877. 
Second Term begins January 1, 1878. 
Second Term ends 31 arch 22, 1878. 
Third Term begins April !, 1878. 
Thin! Twin ends .June 21, 1 878. 

Special Normal Term begins September 3, and ends 
October !>. 



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I87(>. 

Eli U. Cook Spring Dale, Iowa. 

John ,f. Sfcubbs Omaha, Nebraska. 

187 I . 

Walter I). Jones Day Ion. Oliio. 

•AJvin II. Jenkins Richmond. 

I. Macy Good \Val>ash. 

C. R. Dixon Amo. 

II. ( i. Boone Frankfort. 

Dallas Sisson ' Minroith. 

Mary V. Ballttnger Barnard New GiisUt.'. 

Louisa Wickcr.-ham ' Lew isvillc. 

Lida Edwards Spici land. 

187U. 

Lindley 11. Johnson Dunreitli. 

David il. Henley Spieeland 

Jacob Hill Arba. 

Jlenry W. Painter Spieeland. 

Robert G. Mitchell Ban Jose, California. 

!«7:$ 

Sadie D. Talbcrt Wright Spieeland. 

Aaron B. Bell Millvillc. 

J. Tilman Ilutehins Wabash. 

John Pennington Westlield. 

Mary Stubbs Painter Spieeland. 

Nathan Williams RidgO Farm, Illinois, 

S. Carrie Talberl Newby Spice land. 

1874. 

Alice Carey Coffin Spieeland. 

Elvira Spencer Greensboro. 

J. P. Edwards llarveffonl, Pennsylvania. 

William P. Mollit Connc'rsvillc. 

Edwin O. Kennard New Castle. 

Nathan Rosenbcrger Thorn town. 

W. E. Jackson Knightstown. 

D. G. Mitchell Knightstown. 

187*1. 

W. W. Gregg Lynnville, Iowa. 

William C. Piilgeon Nettle Creek. 

Irvin Stanley Westfield. 

187(5. 

Milton Roberts Arcadia. 

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Catalogue <>f Spieeland Academy. 



HIGH SCHOOL. 



RESIDENT GR A DUATES, 

NAMES. RESIDENCE. 

Lindley H. Johnson Dunreith. 

Ed w i n (). Kennard New Castle. 

William ('. Piilgeon Nettle Creek. 

THIRD YEAR. 

Nathan Brown ; Spieeland. 

Levi Ktl wards Spieeland. 

J. P. Mitchell Spicdand. 

William Seaford Greensboro. 

SECOND YEA K. 

Oscar Baker Green's Fork. 

S. Ella Bogue Spieeland. 

J. A. Buck Dunreith. 

M. Belle Chambers ■ New Castle. 

Willie Cochran........ Spieeland. 

M P ! In i ik's Sweetser. 

S. Ruins Jones West Milton, Ohio. 

Flora Moore Lincoln ville. 

Thomas Mitchell Spieeland. 

John Payne New Castle. 

John Reed Mt. Summit. 

Logan Rogers Spieeland. 

Fannie P. Thornburgh New Castle. 

Lizzie Thornburgh New Castle. 

FIRST YEAR. 

E Junius Albeitson Canton. 

A. II. Bailey Freeport, Ohio. 

Charles W. BaUenger Spieeland. 

Emma G. Ballenger Spieeland. 

Edward P. Bales Wabash. 

Minnie K Benedict Springport. 

Corrie Bogue Spieeland. 

10. G. Charles Knightstown. 

Elwood Coate Pleasant Hill, Ohio. 

Florence Davis Dunreith. 



G Cutulot/ue of fHpicclund Academy. 

NAME. RESIDENCE. 

Will Dennis Dalton. 

D. \V. Edwards ; Spiceland. 

Josh ua Freeman Greentown. 

Walton Furnas Boxley. 

Calvin Gilliam Sheridan. 

Charles Griffin Crown Point. 

Arthur Henley Spieehmd. 

Callie Heston Wabash. 

Emma Lou Hollbway Spiceland. 

Levi Hoover Spieehind. 

Eva Jessup. Eagleton. • 

Lydia A. Jessup Eagleton. 

Aliee Jones West Milton, Ohio. 

Mary Jones West .Milton, Ohio. 

Louie Johnson Dun rei th. 

Emma E. Kennard Knightstown. 

Isaac ft. Millikan Ashland. 

Nathan Morrow Noblesville. 

Emma No why ' Spiceland. 

Mary New by Shanghai. 

William Newby Shanghai. 

Alvin Painter Spiceland. 

Jehu Reagan Baker's Comer. 

Belle Roberts Spiceland, 

Phillip Shively Mt. Summit. 

Albert A. Small Markleville. 

Jesse Strattan Spiceland. 

Frank Stuart Spiceland. 

Melva Stubbs West Eikton, Ohio. 

Frank Symons Spice land 

Samuel Test New Castle. 

Flora Talbert Spiceland. 

Carrie Un thank Spiceland. 

Louie Un thank Spiceland. 

Emily Weeks Mechanicsburg. 

Libbio Weeks , Mcchaniesbu rg. 

Emma Williams Spi"eland. 

John Wilmington Eagleton. 

Sudie Willeutts Spiceland. 

NORMAL nDE^A^ns^EjtTT. 

Oscar Piker Green's Fork. 

Minnie E. Benedict Springport. 

J. A. Buck Dunreitli. 

S. II. Brown New Castle. 

Lewis Cloud Spiceland. 

Emily Coffin Cleveland. 



Catalogue of Spiceland Academy. 7 

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NAME. RESIDENCE. 

Anna Fleming West Lebanon, Illinois. 

David Fraizer New Castle. 

Alice Hiatt Spiceland. 

Mary E. Holloway Knightstown. 

Belle Hudelson New Castle. 

Mima Jackson Spiceland. 

Lindley H. Johnson Dunreith. 

J. N. Jones Eogersville. 

Edwin 0. Kennard New Castle. 

Ida Macy Spiceland. 

Ella McCoy Dublin. 

Flora Moore Liimoluville. 

Nathan Morrow Noblesville. 

James Patterson Luray. 

William C. Pidgeon Nettle Creek. 

Fannie Pierce Spiceland. 

Lizzie Pierce Spicehmd. 

Josie Pleas ■ Manchester. 

Rebecca Reese C:uliz - 

George Rinard New Castle. 

J. C. F. Scovell Spiceland. 

Canie Stubbs West Eikton, Ohio. 

Libbie Weeks Mechanicsburg. 

Ella Williams Spiceland. 

Edgar Henley Carthage. 

Oliver Taylor Spiceland. 

Mary E. Willeutts Spiceland. 

Elias Keece Charlottsville. 

Albert Parker Carthage. 

GRAMMAR SCHOOL. 

SECOND YEAR. 

John Allen Millville. 

Chester Atherton Rushville. 

Hattie Bogue Spiceland. 

Edwin Braddoe.k Willow Branch. 

Ada Brooks Green's Fork. 

S. II. Brown . New Castle. 

Edgar Cloud Spiceland. 

Lewis Cloud..'. Spiceland. 

Emma Cloud Spiceland. 

Lindlev Coate Pleasant Hill. 

OrphaCox Spiceland. 



NAME. RESIDENCE. 

Job Dennis Dalton. 

Alien Dicks Spiceland. 

Joshua Dickinson Spiceland. 

Hattie Dickinson Spiceland. 

James M. Dickey (troves. 

Alonzo Dougherty Millville. 

.Mary Elliott ( !rcentowtj, 

E. L. Elliott : Mccbanicsburg. 

Ellen Gilliam Sheridan. 

Dodie Cray Spiceland. 

Alice IJiatt Spiceland. 

Mattie I lol lings worth Dunreith. 

Minnie 1 lollingsworth 1 )unreith. 

ISIla Hoover Spiceland. 

Lee lludelson Dunreith. 

Dora lhulelsoii New Castle. 

Chester lludelson New Castle. 

James I lartman i Conuersvillc. 

Miti.i Jackson Spiceland. 

J. N. Jones Rogers vi lie. 

Ada Johnson Dunreith. 

Will Julian Spiceland. 

Charles Keesling Cadiz. 

R. If. Kern Blountsville. 

Katie Lewis Spiceland. 

Andrew Lindley Monrovia. 

Ida Macy Spiceland. 

Eddie M urphcy ( Men wood. 

W'iliiam Oliphant Conncrsville. 

Ettie Painter Spieeland. 

Henry Payne New Castle. 

Liunie Pickering Cadiz. 

Rebecca X. Petty Hagerstown. 

Amauuel Pearson West Milton, Ohio. 

Isaac Ni Perkins Arba. 

Eva Pegg New Garden. 

Fannie Pierce Spiceland. 

Mary B. Pleas Spiceland. 

Charles L. Ratlin". Spiceland. 

llettie Peed Mt. Summit. 

Ida Roberts Spiceland. 

Robert A. Roberts ClmrloUsville. 

Josie Smith Selma, Ohio', 

Rachel Smith New Castle. 

R. Cornelia Sheridan Spiceland. 

J. C. M. Shanks Portland. 

Omar St an lev Arlington. 



J Vtititltnjue of Sjiicchnal Academy. 

NAME. RESIDENCE. 

J. O., Stevenson Richmond. 

Rettie Stephens Spieeland. 

James Stubbs Spiceland. 

John Stubbs Spiceland. 

Frank Swindel Greensboro. 

Homer Votsaw Portland. 

Ella Walthal loncsboro. 

Allic Watkins \shland. 

George C. Wiles Cilenwood. 

Eva Wilson Spiceland. 

John R. Wiggs Spiceland. 

Mark E. Wood Millville. 



ORAM H Alt SCHOOL. 

FIRST YEA P. 



Amaziah Beeson Fainnount. 

Walter Beeson Fainnount. 

Albert Baik-nger Spiceland. 

Isaac Barnard Spiceland. 

Newton Barnard Spieeland. 

Benj. F. Bentloy Greenfield. 

( feorgc Beckett Newport. 

Mattie Becson Knightstown. 

John Beall Ashland. 

Asa Buf'kin Spiceland. 

Lou Bundy Ogdcn. 

Frank Cochran .....Spiceland. 

Theodore Chanincss Spiceland. 

Oscar Chamness Spiceland. 

Henry Compton Spiceland. 

Anna Dennis Dalton. 

Roxana Farlow Dalton. 

A. L. Fellow Spieeland. 

William Cordon Spiceland. 

WiMis Griffin Dunreith. 

Ida Harvey Mt. Summit. 

Emma Hiati Spiceland. 

I Iarry Hardy • Marklo ville. 

Alonzo Ilrxlson Spiceland. 

Emory Hodson Spiceland. 

Loitvina Hodson Spiceland. 

Willis I lollingsworth Dunreith. 

Otis 1 loiioway Spiceland,, 

John Hoover Spiceland. 

G rattan Hunt Spiceland, 



10 Catalogue of Njrivcltind Academy, 

N A M KS. RESIDENCE. 

Winnie Jennings New Castle. 

Elkanah Johnson Johnson Station. 

William Mann Recdsburg, Wisconsin. 

Allen Newts* Spicelaud. 

Abncr Newby New Castle. 

Orange Painter Spicehind. 

Emma J. Payne Cadiz. 

George Peterson Spicelaud. 

Cora Phelps Spicehind. 

Eddie Pierce Wcstficld. 

CharlCs F. RatliiF. Spiceland.- 

Charles Sears Spicehind. 

Charles Stephens Rush vi lie. 

Elmer Sieg Now Madison, Ohio. 

Emma Symona Spiceland. 

Elina Talbert Spicehind. 

Carrie White Indianapolis. 

William Wiggins Ogderi. 



liitermcdiiite. 



Samuel Beeson. 


.Teh'.i Keams. 


Oneida Boguc. 


Nelson King. 


Ella Butler. 


Alfred King. 


Emma Bufkiii. 


Elmer Matthews. 


Willie Butler. 


( ieoige Mondenhall. 


Jennie Burnett. 


Robert M urphey. 


Carrie ( Ihainncss. 


Mary Newby. 


Carrie Charles. 


Luther Newby. 


George Collins. 


Mary Pennington. 


Anna M. Compton. 


Levi Pennington. 


Carrie Dawson. 


Allied Peterson. 


Ola ( Jordon. 


Eddie Pleas. 


Willie t fray. 


Willie Ratlift: 


John Griffin. 


John Ratliffi 


Virginia ( rriffin. 


Mary Ratliff. 


Dora Hall. 


Lizzie Reese. 


Luther Uiatt. 


Jivu Si rs. 


Alice llodson. 


Truman Spencer. 


( lhar.fo 1 lodson. 


( !arl S[>eneer. 


Willie J loover. 


Harvey Schildtkneeht. 


Almina Hudelson. 


Willie Smithson. 


Luey lludelson. 


Ora Stanley. 


Ida Jcssup. 


Lewella Unthank. 


Willie King. 


Alia Wiggins. 


N'ereus k'earns. 


Nora Wilson. 


John Kizer. 


Emma While. 



Catalogue of Spiceland Academy. 



Priiusiry Department. 



n ,„ , i Elijah Foster. 
TWtio Allen. •' 


i<"Viirst .\ nderson. ', 


sie (mum. 


Bertie Anderson. 


■rbert Cordon. 


P'inv Barnard. | (,( 


-rtrude ( Jordon. 


r'l " I> Ll 

John I'eeson. 


via ( iordon. 


■ T1 Li 
a mi ip liosme. 


z/.ie Hiatt. 




ittie lludelson. 


\bner Butler. 


irl Llollingsworth. 


Thomas Putler. 


la llodson. 


Equador Brewer. | 


ora llodson. 


Richard Broadbent. \\ 


una Jones. 


( 'lnrles Bundv. 


lien Kizer. 


Frank Bundy. j 


evi Kizer. 


Lindley Butler j ' 


nnie Lockhart. 


< Hind i !bauiness. 

V_/'l 1 1J,V* Valium i>v>j«> ■ 


:iry Lockhart. 


Gertie Cox. 


iindora Lawrence. 


Kit in ( 'dl 1 in.'*. 1 


lara Matthews. 


Hettie Coram. 1 


>'ora Macy. 


I .indlev I 'oliiptoll. 


Iharles Macy. 


XJ1 I * * • - " j 

Svlvunus Carpenter. 


lorace Macy. 




krah Macy. 


1 jouic C Jowglll . 


essie Morton. 


Lula Dill. ( 


)llie Morton. 


Luther 1 lawson, 


Cssie Newby. 


Josie Elmore. 


lenry Newby 


Eddie Evans. 


Cli Newby. 


Frank Elmore. 


Vlberta Newby. 


Net tie Ellis. 


j() rena < Jutland. 


Eddie Ellis. 


Karl Pleas. 


Frannk Elmore. i 


Kobert Pleas. 


Wibie 1'oster. 


)r»'i'i Poer. 


Henry Foster. 


Ixiriii Ratliir. 


Dora Fletcher. 


Henry UatlilV. 


Eddie Fowler. j 


Eddie Ratlifl". 


Waller Kayi. 


Rebecca Unthank. 


Austin Roberts. 


John Unthank. 


( )scar Robei ts. 


Lucy Wilson. 


Waller Rogers. 


MaMie Wilson. 


Li/./.ie S'liithson. 


Eddie Wilson. 


Lida Spencer. 


lohn Winslow. 


\ Loiiiiie Speneer. 


Morgan Winslow. 


Eddie Spencer. 


Henry Winslow. 


Lintiie Spencer. 


Ida Winslow. 


Willie Steele. 


Laura Winters. 


Rilla Taylor. 


Alvin Winters. 


Josie Fnlhank. 


| Liiclta Winters. 


Hurry Ihiihauk. 


1 i .ei i ha Wood. 



12 Catalo'jw. of Sphcland Avtuktmy. 

■ summary: 



High School 70 

Giamraar School 118 

Intermediate 52 

Primary 95 

Normal Department 30 

Irregular in Course of Study 5 

370 

Deduct tho.se counted twice 12 

Whole number in attendance 358. 



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COURSE OF STUDY. 



Primary Department. 

GRADE C -Chart Lemons, FirM Reader, Lossoi s in Language. 

GRADE 1J.— First and Second Readers, Spelling, Oral Lessons in Numbers 

""CRAWL' A -Third Reader, Spoiling, Hooker, Child's Look of Nature. 
Writing, Arithmetic, Geography and Language. 



Intermediate Department. 

Reading, Writing, Spelling and Word Analysis, Arithmetic to Fractions. 
Geography and Language Lessons. 



(Grammar Ncliool. 



Reading, Writing, Spelling and Wonl Analysis Arithmetic and Geography 
completed! 'Kiiirliwh ilriiMma. u. Spurn*; Phys.ology, I mted states H.story, 
Com ixisi lion and Book-keeping. , „ _ 

\ 15 In this deparuneni Latin will be studied one year by those who ex- 
pect' to'iake the Classic..! course, or lo prepare for College. 



Hiu'h School. 

FIRST YEAR. 

First Term (10 Weeks). Second Term (12 Weeks). Third Term (12 Weeks.) 



Algebra. Algebra. , 

Latin Reader. . Natural IM>ib>s«>phy. 

Composition and English Lu- 



erature. 
Natural Philosophy. 



( Jeomctry. 
Latin —Virgil. 
Rhetoric. 

Science of Government. 



Latin — Ca'sar. 
General History. 

SECOND YEAR. 

( ieomel ry. 
Latin- -Virgil. 
Lnglisli Literature. 
Chemistry. 

THIRD YEAR. 



Algebra. 
Latin — Ciesar. 

Zoology. 

General History. 



Trigonometry. 
Latin— Cicero, 
t Chemistry. 
Botany. 



Latin — Cicero.. 
Mental Science. 
History of Civilization. 
Surveying. 



Astronomy. 
Logic. 

Political Foonomy. 



( Jeology. 
Moral Science. 
General Reviews. 



14 CtitaltHjiic (if Sp'io/'lftwl Acndrmy, 

Remarks. 

The above course of study has been prepared with reference to those stu- 
dents who do net expect to pursue a college, course, but who desire to acquire a 
knowledge of those branches which will lit them !or active life. Special at- 
tention, however, is given to preparing students for college. 

In the Latin and Greek Languages, thorough drill on the declension of nouns 
and the conjugation of verbs, is given, and also on the application of rules 
of construction. The amount of work in these Languages will be the same as 
that required by the college they propose to enter, (truck may be substituted 
for some of the studies in the I :i s I two years of the course. 

Glassies will be formed in the French and German Languages whenever a 
sufficient number shall desire to pursue those studies. 

Penmanship, Reading ami Composition will receive attention throughout 
the whole course of study. 



Special Departments. 

Advanced Course in (/hemistry: This includes Qualitative Analysis and 
practical work in the Laboratory. 

Civil Engineering. 

This course includes Land Surveying, Leveling and the practical use of 
Transit and Level. 

Commercial Department. 

Jn this department instruction is given in Penmanship, forms and uses of 
business papers, Single .and Double Kntry Bookkeeping. 

Normal Department. 

Special attention will be given to the training of teachers. To this end 
the first efforts will be directed towards securing thorough and accurate 
knowledge of the subject matter; then instruction will be given in methods 
of teaching, school organization, and the philosophy of education. 



Kales of Tuition. 

Primary Department — Grade C 35 cents per week. 

Primary Department — (trade P> 40 cents per week. 

Primary Department — Grade A 45 cents per week 

Intermediate Department 60 cents per week. 

Grammar School 7"> cents per week. 

High School — 1st year 80 cents per week. 

High School — 2d and lid years $1 tut per week. 

Normal Department 85 cents per week. 

Commercial Department $1 00 per week. 



Catalogue of Spkeland Academy, 15 

As soon as the student has been examined and assigned to his classes, settle- 
ment will then be expected, either by cash or note. 

No deduction will be made for absence after enrollment, except in cases of 
protracted ill-health. 

In event of sickness notice must in all cases be given of the withdrawal of the 
pupil, as no deduction will be made until this is done. 

Literary Societies. 

There are three Literary Societies connected with the school: — The Lucerni- 
iin conducted by the ladies, and the Crescent and Glisco Societies, by the gen- 
t lemen. 



Libraries. 

There are three Libraries in connection with the school, which contain 
about two thousand volumes. Two of them belong to the Literary Societies, 
and the other to the Academy Association. 

Heading Koom. 

A Reading Room has recently been opened, to which all students have ac- 
cess. It is supplied with the leading periodicals, and a number of valuable I 
papers. Several books of reference will be added next year. 

Lectures. 

A Lecture Association u (fords an opportunity forbearing many distinguish- 
ed speakers. Lectures are frequently given in connection with the school. 

Apparatus and Cabinet. 

The Academy is supplied with sufficient apparatus to be a valuable aid in 
studying the Natural Sciences; also with a Geological Cabinet, containing 
many valuable specimens. 

Boarding. 

I | 

The cost of boarding, the past year, has been about $3.00 per week. Rooms 
can be rented by those who wish to board themselves, and the cost reduced to [ 
less than $2.00 per week. 

Location. 

The school is in the village of Spiceland, Henry County, Indiana. Dunrieth, 
two and a half miles distant, on the Pittsburg, Cincinnati and St. Louis R. R., 
is the nearest railway station. A hack meets the trains twico each day at i 
I Dunreith, and once at New Castle. 



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General Items. 

The government of the school is based upon the idea that manhood is more 
than scholarship, and that self- respect and self-control on the part of the 
student are important factors in the formation of character. Greater stress is 
laid upon thoroughness of instruction and accuracy of knowledge, than upon 
rapidity of advancement. 

Students are required to keep study hours during the evening. 

There are no beer, liquor or billiard saloons in tiic village. 

The High School Building has recently been enlarged, and much better 
accomodations are furnished than formerly. 

No student whose iiilluenec is known to have a corrupting tendency will be 
retained in the school. 

Diploma. 

Students whose conduct is exemplary and who complete the course of study 
will be furnished with a Diploma signed by the Instructors and the President 
of the Board of Trustees. 



CATALOGUE 



4 



OF THE 



OFFICERS AND STUDENTS 



OF 



D 



Spiceland, Henry County, Indiana, 



FOR THE 



ADAMEM 



d877-78. 



C'Ol'ltliKIi I'M NT: 

NEW CASTLE, INDIANA. 

I NTS, 



CLARKSOX DAVIS, A. .¥., Superintendent, 

And Teiicher of Mental and Moral Science. 

GEORGE Jr. HUFFORD, A. .//., Principal 

Of High School, and Teacher of fciiglish Literature, Latin and Greek. 

SYLVAXUS ./. IV RIGHT, ."LB., 

Teacher of Natural Science. 

lUZEXA THORXIWRGff, A. IT, 

Assistant in High School. 

MARTHA A. A/ ACT, 

Assistant in High School. 

HAXXAII E. DAWS, 

Principal of Intermediate Department, and Teacher or History ami Botany. 

GEORGIA X. LOCK II ART, 

Principal of Primary Department — Winter Term. 

ELLA WILLIAMS, 
Principal of Primary Department — Summer Term. 

EI) 11' IX 0. k'EXXARD, 

Teacher of Hook-keeping and Penmanship. 
The Mathematical Studies havehaen divided among the Instructors. 




This School has been legally incorporated by the Soci 'ty of 1 
Friends, and is under the care of the following 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES. . 

CALEB JOHNSON. . JAMES COCHRAN. \ 

ELISHA B. RATCLIFF, SOLOMON MACY. \ 

JESSE GORDON. JOHN SYMONS. 



DAXEKDALR TOR 1878^B, 



First Term begins September 2, 1878. 

First Term ends December 'JO , 1878. 
Second Term begins December 3/, 1878, 

Second. Term ends March 2'i , 1879. 
Third Term begins March >> / , I87!L 

Third 'Term ends June 20, 1 81 0. 

Special Xormal Term begins September 2, and ends October 'i . 



A — Jkt, S.-. .-">- *S .— A,.- -A> 

Octf/fffjfjtfe of Spiwht'iifl Artfflt'nn/. 



Eli U. Cook Muscatine, Iowa. 

i John J. Stubbs. ....Omaha, Nebraska. 

1871 

Walter D. Jones Dayton, Ohio. 

1 *Alvm H. Jenkins * .' 

j T. Macy (.rood Wabash. " 

! 0. K. Dixon A mo. 

! li. G. Boone Frankfort. 

j Diillas Sisson , Dunrciih. 

j .Mary V. B.dlenger Barnard New Castle. 

j Louisa Wickersham Lewissville. 

\ Likiti Bdvvards Spiceland. 

l8j2. 

! Lindley 11. Johnson Dunreith. 

1 David H. Henley ' Spiceland. 

{ Jacob Hill" !.:' Arba. 

I Henry W. Painter Spiceland. 

Robert G. .Mitchell s>an .lose, California. 

1873. 

■ Sadie D. Talbert Wright Spiceland. 

J Aaron B. Hell Bed Oak, Iowa. 

; J. Tilinan II lit eh ins Wabash. 

' John Bennington Wistl'u ld. 

Mary Stubhs 1'aiuier Wabash. 

Nathan Williams Ridge Farm, Illinois. 

* S. Carrie Talbert X'ewbv Spiceland. 



•Mice Carey Co f tin Spicidaiid. 

Elvira Spencer Greensboro. 

J. B. Edwards Havetibrd, Pennsylvania. 

i William S. Muffit. Connersville. 

; Edwin (). Kennard New Castle. 

Nathan Ruscnberuer Thorn town. 

j Vv . I'/. Jackson Knightstown. 

j D. (i. Mitchell , Isnighlstown. 

|| W. W. Gregg Lynnville, Iowa. 

i William ('. Pidgeon Nettle Creek. 

J Irvin Stanley Westlield. 

< . 

Milton Roberts Arcada. 

*IJbcoasefl. 



Gakdotjue. af Spfcrhmd Amhutj/,, 



RESIDENT GRADUATE. 



NAMES. 
Edwin 0. Kennard 



RESIDENCE 
.New Castle. 



SENIOR CLASS. 



1 S. Ella Bogue fe? c He 

M. Belle Chambers J l '. w f 

! J. Bineknev Mitchell £l'! c « : " [ 

puclanu. 



Thomas Mitch 



Flora Moore 

John Beed 

William S. Scaford 

Fannie 1'. Thornburgh. 



Lincoln-vine. 
Mt. Summit. 
Spiceland. 



.New Castle. 



Jay A. Buck ... 
Willie Cochran. 
4! Edgar (.loud ... 
, i Walton ( !. Fun 

S. Kllllis Jones. 

Annie Jessup. 



SECOND YEAR. 

Duni 'ith. 

Spiceland. 

Spiceland. 

.Boot-ley. 

West Milton, Ohio. 

airleton. 



Emma E. kennard , »>' '= . , 

v i- New LonooU. 

I homas Newhn , > ,1. 

1 1 T , , , i> • New t astle. 

John 1 1. 1 avne . , , 

1 n 'i ... . SpicolanU. 

le hooert- £j . j j 



Flora N. Talbert 



FIRST YEAR. 



.Canton. 



1? Junius Albertson 

Edgar B. Alberts,.,, Urn tan. 

M Emma Allen Eaglcto.n. . 

A li. Bailey IW.rl Ol,.o. 

.Charles W. Ballenger Spiceland. 

Newton Barnard spiceland 

Minnie E. Benedict ynj V » 1. 

• t, „,,, Snicelaiul. 

Come Bogue . . , 

llatlic Bogue Spice un . 

Orpha Cox V'T i 

, J ,. ichinoliu. 

John ( 00 K ... 1 

Orlando (Juffill A est and. 

Be wis Cloud n PI ,w / ' 

Will 11, Dennis J ,',,,! 

, ,1 ■ v- 1 Siuce and. 

Ina M. Dicks ,1 

. u; droves. 

James Dickey . , 

.,, n,,,;. Spiceland. 

v lorewee Davis 1 

J„shua B. Freeman Crcentown. 

D. W. Edwards Spiceland 

Nathan Elliott. Greensboro. 



Nathan F. Gilbert. 



.Wabash 



A AA — A Ai — A. A. — -(tw — A A — A — O. *--^-'-f-ii j r 

(Jfitnl'Hjw. of Njiuiclmtd Ai'dilniiy. 

J? AMES. RESIDENCE. 

Calvin B. Gilliam Sheridan. 

William B. Gordon. Spieeland. 

Annie Harvey Jonesboro. 

Kelly B. Harvey.. Jonesboro. 

J. Arthur Henley S : j i.'< 1 <nd. 

.Samuel N. Hamrn ; Markleville. 

Emma Lou. ilolloway Spieeland. 

Mattie Holliugsworth Lunreith. 

Levi 1 Ioover Spieeland. 

Nate K. Mufford South Lebanon, Ohio. 

.Morris lliulelson Dunfeith. 

Will Julian Spieeland. 

Clillord II. King Wahas i. 

A. Addio King Waba.-di. 

Ilarvev Lucas Ogden. 

Isaac: N. Millikan Asliland. 

Albert .Mellvain Dunrciih. 

Jasper McCrav Greenfield, 

'J'hornton A. Mills Valley M'nls. 

Will Newby New London. 

James W. Nichols Blooming-port. 

Charles E Norris '. New Castle. 

Alvin Painter '. Spieeland 

Josie Pleas North Manchester. 

Ida M. Roberts Spieeland. t 

Hettie Reed Ml. Summit. 

R. Cornelia Sheridan Spieeland. ' 

Philip Shively Mt. Summit. 

Josic E. Smith Selma, Ohio. 

W. 0. Smith Illoominasport. 

Melva Stubbs West Flkton, Ohio. 

Lueien Stubbs West Elkton, Ohio. 

Carrie M. Utrthank. Spi'^eliind. 

Louie Jl. Unthank Spieeland. 

Libbie Weeks Mi chaiiicsburg. 

George C. Wiles ( J lei i wood. 

M. Emma Williams Spieeland. 

Ella Williams Spieeland. 

John Wilmington Eagleton. 

C. S. S. Wri<dit Greensboro 



IRREGULAR. 

Mary E. Collin Spieeland. 

Anna G. Haines Pendleton. 

Edmund Hinshaw ( 1 reensboro. 

James F. Iliatt Greensboro. 

Eugene F. I leal v Spieeland. 

William P. Jester Fidelity. Ohio. 

John Seoville Spieeland. 

James Stubbs Spieeland. 

Carrie Stubbs West Elkton, Ohio. 

Emma Talbert Spieeland. 

Oliver Taylor Spieeland. 

John Sims Martinsville. 

Olive P. Wilson Spieeland. 

William Woollen ( 'adi/.. 



Ci/n/oi/nr <>/' Sphrktml Anniemtf, 



NORMAL DEPARTMENT. 



NAMES. 

Fannie Benedict 

S. Ella Bogue 

Lizzie Casiator 

Eldora Collin 

M. Belle Chambers. 

Dodie Cray 

Oscar K. Ouyer 

Frances F, Harvey. 

A. W. Hammer 

Fli K. Iloober 

; Will Julian 

i Phebe Leath 

I Harvey Lucas 

I Miles W. Lamar.... 
! Flora Moore 



RESIDENCES. 

.^pringport. 
..Spieeland. 



Hajrerstown. 

...... ...Wcstbmd. 

".' New C:<stle. 

Spicela ml. 

MiUville. 

I )unreith. 

...Kliz ibelh City. 

Springport . 

Spieeland. 

Mt. Summit. 

( )g(len. 

Dalton 

Lineolnville. 

( ; reensboro. 



< 



Josie Nixon ^ 

Charles E. Norn's 

James W. Nichols 

Lizerab Roberts 

James Roof. 

i Lvdia Starbuek 

! Fannie P. Thprnburgh 

J. W. Smith 

i Alonzo Wisehart 

! John W. Wisehart 



..lUoomingspurt. 
.Spieeland 
..New Castle. 
..Mi'nilla. 
.New Castle. 
..Elizabeth City. 
..MiUville. 
..MiUville. 



GRAMMAR SCHOO' 



SECOND YEAR. 

Chester B. Atherton 

Fanme Benedtct : . Anders,, 

John M. Busby Andcson. 

y ,n , ton H * h J . ...Row-bun:. 

A«l»«J B « rr,er Greeks -Fork. 

Ada Brooks n iton 

Alpheus Baldwin Z^Sniceland. 

Albert Ballenger ■ 

George Beckett dumcrsville. 

Frank Broad! us ..l.ewisville* 

Luther Bradbury w U(iw „ ranch 

K ; hv v ...Anderson. 

Char es *. Gather spieeland. 

' , r!,,lk ; ( ° ( ;V 1,n Spieeland. 

C<>llu^ Markleville. 

' . ,. i Spic-land. 

Emma ( loud \\.,} U ,n 

•/:>» * v? 1 ? :::::::::::spiceiand. 

( *n rnCy rv • Spieeland. 

Allen ) elcs 1 . , , 

■ H [tie H. Dickinson >p.eeland 

, „Vii ,, Mcchatucsburg 

i ';• W. 1 , 10 " Nettle Creek 

I l^ U ' ! \ ,, | ; irl ,W Fairmount. 

I A. L l'ellow 



C<italo(/uc of Spiodtuid Acwlrmy. 



: > 



N A M ) :s. K i;SI Dl'.N CEH. 

Abdcl S. Ging Starr. \f 

Ellen ( filliain Sheiidan. 

Dodie Cray Spiceland. 

Willis Griffin Dunreil li. 

Nathan Hammer Maple Valley. 

Grattan Hunt Spice la ml. 

X. O. Hutcbens Bloomingsport. 

John D. Jledrick Warrington. 

Alice Hiatt t..Spic'eland. 

Louvina 1 lodison Spieeland. 

Emma 1 1 i;. tt Spicelancl. 

Minnie I iollingsworth 1 )unreith. 

"W" i 1 1 i 1 lol lings worth Dunreith. 

John Hoover Spiceland. 

Ella Hoover Spiceland. 1 

Harry Hardy Markleville. 

James L. Hartman Connersville. 

Monis R. Hlggins Willow Branch. 

Minnie Hess Cadiz. 

Lee Hudelson Dunreith. 

Joan W. Hinshaw Mechanicsburg. 

Sarah Ivearns Spiceland. 

Phebe Leatb .' Mt. Summit. 

K:itie I a' wis Knight slow n. 

Jda M. Loekhart Connersville. 

Charles F. L'ckliart Connersville. 

Charles Mitchell Mechanicsburg. 

William E Macy Spring Dale, Iowa. 

Luther Mendcnhall New Castle. 

Alice Mills Greensboro. 

Mattie Mendenliall New Castle. 

Alice Macv Spiceland. 

C. 15. .Meckel New Lisbon. 

Alice Miller Economy. 

Allen L. New by Spiceland. 

William OH pliant Cojauersville. 

Helda Osboni Economy. 

Ettie C. Painter Spiceland. 

Ainanuel Pearson West Milton, Ohio. 

Amanda Pearson West Milton, Ohio. 

Henry B. Payne New Castle. 

Cora Phelps Spiceland. 

Mary B. Pleas Spiceland. 

Waller A. Pyle Cadiz. 

Charles L. Ratlilf. Spiceland. 

Millicent Katlilf. Eriendswood. 

George E. Ileese Longwood. 

Robert A. Roberts Charlottesville. 

Evia C. Hoot' New Castle. 

Lydia Starbiick Manilla. 

Charles Sears Spiceland. 

Eva Sears ." Spiceland. 

Kobert E. Scott Connersville. 

Will Shively Ml.. Summit. 

John E. Siallbrd Lewisville. 

Kcttie Stephens ( )bio. 

Susan Stanley Shelby villc. 1 

John Slubbs Spiceland. 

Aura Swain Manilla. 



Vatulogw (\f SjAvvlaiHi Academy. 



NAMES. 



RESIDENCE. 



J. E. Thomas Willow Branch. 

Arthur H. Thomas Willow Branch. 

James G. Thomas Florida. 

Elwood Talbei t Spiceland. 

M. Elina Talbert Spiceland. 

Charles Stephens Bush vi lie. 

Laura B. Weeks Greensboro. 

Carrie White Indianapolis. 

Eva Wilson Spiceland. 

Flora Wright Greensboro. 

Matthew Wilson Spiceland. 

GRAMMAR SCHOOL. 



FIRST YEAR. 

Mary E. Black Ogden. 

Lou. Bundy .'..Ugden. 

II. Emma Buf'kin Spiceland. 

William W. Butler Spiceland. 

Ella Butler Spiceland. 

Lizzie Beckett Quaker Hill. 

Asa But' kin Spiceland. 

Porter Cope land Warrington. 

Annie Compton Spiceland. . 

( )scar Chamness Spiceland. 

Lizzie Ooppock Laura, Ohio. 

Carrie Chamness Spiceland. 

John S. Griffin Dunreith. 

Virginia Griffin Dunreith. 

Elbert S. Grillii) Dunreith. 

M. Ola Gordon Spiceland. 

Julius Hodson Spiceland. 

Alouzo C. Hodson Spiceland. 

Alice N. Hodson Ogden. 

Willie Hoover Spiceland. 

( His J loloway Spiceland. 

Flora Hawortl) Quaker Hill. 

Daisy Hess Cadiz. 

Helen Jennings New Cantle. 

Jehu Kearns Spiceland. 

Albert C. Kirkham Knighislowii. 

Nelson King Spiceland. 

Alfred King Spiceland. 

John Leonard New Lisbon. 

Ida Leonard New Lisbon. 

Clement .Moody Indianapolis. 

Leander Malolt Marion. 

Nathan J. Malott Marion. 

Luther Macy Spiceland. 

Mary L. Newby Spiceland. 

Lizzie Pearson West Milton, Uhio. 

L«vi T. l'ennington Spiceland.' 

George W. Peterson — Spiceland. 

Orange S. Painter Spiceland. 

Charles F. Uatlill'. Spiceland. 

Willie liatlifi*. Spiceland. 

Oliver Steele Dunreith. 



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CntnUHJlUl iff Spin-In ml Ai-mli mi/.. 



INTERMEDIATE DEPARTMENT. 



lone Allen, 


Georgre Mendenhall. 


Willard Allen, 


Charles Macy, 


Carl Bernard, 


Nora Macy, 


Oneida Bogne, 


Jessie Morton, 


Annie Bourne, 


Luther Newby, 


Richard Broadbent, 


llenrv Newby, 


Jennie Burnet, 


Eli Newby, 


George Collins, 


Mary Pennington, 


Elon Collins, 


Alfred Peterson-, 


( 'harlcs ( 'opelancl, 


Robert Pleas, 


Lemuel Copelaiid, 


Eddie Pleas, 


Carrie Dawson, 


Lizzie Reece, 


Hurtle v Dickinson, 


Varmon liayl, 


Ida Eliott, 


Florence Porch, 


Isadore Hall, 


Mary Ratelitt'. 


•Luther Hiatt, 


Lorin Ratcliff, 


Junius Hockett, 


Harry Hatcliff, 


Charles llodson, 


John" liate.lMl', 


Laura Hudson, 


Nora Smith, 


Eaiil Hfrlliiifisworth, 


1 Truman Spencer, 


Hattie Hudclscin, 


< 'arlyle Spencer, 


Nora ilarrett, 


< >ra Stanley, 


Ida .lessnp. 


K'illa T-iylor, 


N ere us Reams; 


Harry I nthank, 


Joseph Long. 


Nora" Wilson, 


Annie Lockhart, 


Eddie Wilson. . 


Elmer .Matthews, 





PRIMARY DEPARTMENT. 



Bertie Allen, 


.Mary Lock-hart. 


Bertie Anderson, 


Vandora Lawrence 


Ernest Anderson, 


Mary Lawrence, 


Pliny Barnard, 


Sarah Macy, 


Josie Bogue, 


Horace Macy, 


Freddie Bogue, 


( llara Matthews, 


F.eeie Brewer, 


< Ulie Morton. 


Charlie Bundv, 


lassie Newby, 


Frank Bundy, 


Alberta Newby, 


Tommy Butler, 


Maggie Newell, 


Linnie Butler, 


John Pickett, 


()lie (Jhauuicss, 


Far] Picas, 


Rufus Chainness, 


Julian Picas, 


Lindley Compton, 


Marv Porch, 


Gertrude Cox, 


< Ulie Porch. 


Clessie Cox, 


Walter Ravi. 


Rose Cox, 


Eddie Ratcliff, 


Luther Dawson, 


( )se i r Roberts, 


Lula Dille, 


Austin Roberts, 


Eddie Evans, 


Lid.t Spencer, 


Warren Evans, 


Linnie Spencer, 


F,urJ Fawcctt, 


Lonnie Spencer, 


Ellsworth Foster, 


Willie Steele, 


Willie Foster, 


Estella Symons, 


Henry Foster, 


Morris Symons, 
Rebecca Hnthank, 


Fddie Fowler, 



Millie George, 
Herbert Gordon, 
Gertrude Gordon, 
Lula Gordon, 
Susie Griffin, 
Lizzie Hiatt, 
Alice Hiatt, 
Ada llodson, 
Flora llodson, 
Edith Hunt, 
Samuel Reiser, 
John Reiser, 
Chester Keen, 
.Marv King, 



('fi/tt/ut/iir a/' Sjiici Imul Acmtnilif. 



Josie Hnthank, 
John Unthank, 
Eva Unthank, 
Lucy Wilson, 
Mattie Wilson, 
Rilla Weeks, 
Alvin Wi nters, 
Luetta Winters, 
Laura 11 (:<•;-, 
Morgan Winslow, 
Henry Winslow, 
John Winslow, 
Ida Winslow, 
Bertha Wood. 



1 1 



SUMMARY. 

High School >1 

Grammar School 1 •>*•' 

Intermediate, 

Primary &0 

Normal Department - ; > 

Irregular in Course of Study 11 

Deduct those counted twice 1- 

Whole number 



12 



^A. — aAa A 



datftfrxjur of Spier! f aid An til fitly. 



COURSE OF STUDY. 



Prinuu ■// Ik pari went. 

GRADE C. — Chart Lessons, First Reader, Lessons in Language. 
GRADE B. — First and Second Readers, Spelling, Oral Lessons in Numbers 
and Language. 

GRADE A. — Third Leader, Spelling, Hooker's Child's Book of Nature, 
Writing, Arithmetic. Geography, and Language. 

/ ntermediate Department. 

^ Reading, Writing. Spelling and Word Analysis. Arithmetic to Fractions, 
Geography and Language Lessons. 

(iramniar School. 

Reading, Writing. Spelling and Word Analysis. Arithmetic, - Geography, 
English Grammar, Physiology, United States History, Composition and Book- 
keeping. 

N. 15. In this department Latin will be studied one term by those who ex- 
pect to take the Classical course, or to prepare for College. 



First Term (16 Weeks). 
Algebra. 
Latin Reader. 
Composition and Eng- 
lish Literature. 
Natural Philosophy. 

( feometry. 
Latin — Virgil. 
Rhetoric. 

Science of Government. 



// if/// School. 

FIRST YEAR, 
iecond Term (12 Weeks)! Third Term (12 Weeks). 



Algebra. 

Natural Philosophy. 

Latin— Casar. 
( ieneral 1 1 istoi'V. 

SECOND YEAR. 
Geometry. 
Latin — Virgil. 
English Literature. 
Chemistry. 



Algebra. 
Latin — Casar. 

Zoology. 

( Ieneral 1 1 istory. 

Trigonometry. 
Latin — Cicero. 
Chemistry. 
Botany. 



('a/ahx/tir of Sj'ivihiml AviHiemt, 



THIRD YEAR. 
Latin— Cicero. Astronomy. Geology. 

Mental Science. Logic. Moral Sen nee. 

History of Civilization. Political Economy. General Reviews. 

Surveying. 



Itr marks. 

The above course of study has been prepared with reference to those students 
who do not expect to pursue a College course, bin who desire to acquire a 
knowledge of those branches which will lit tin m lor active life. Special atten- 
tion, however, is given to preparing students lor College 

In the Latin and Greek language.-, t/inroiuj/i drill on the declension of nouns 
and the conjugation ol verbs, is given, and al>o on the application of the rules 
of construction. The amount of work in these languages will be the same as 
that required bv the College which students propose to en er. Creek may be 
substituted for some ol t he studies in the laM two yt ais ol the course. 

Classes will be lormul in the French and (ierm..n languages whenever a suf- 
ficient number shall desire to pursue those st udies. 

Penman-hip, Reading and Composition will receive attention throughout 
the whole cour-e of stuuy. 

Spec/a I /Jepa i 'tin en Is. 

Advanced Course in Chemistry: This includes Qualitative Analysis and 
practical work in the Laboratory. 

Ciril Eirjineeriny . 

This Course includes Land Surve ying. Leveling, and the practical use of 
Transit and Level. 

C 'o /// /// e i 'via I /Jepa rtm en t. 

In this department instruction is given in Penmanship, forms and uses of 
business papers, Single and Double Entry Look-keeping. 

Normal Department. 

Special attention will be given to the training of Tt acliers. To this end the 
first cllbris will be direct* il u>\\ axis sicui ii.g il.oh ngl, and jicctirate knowledge 
of the subji ct mailer, then instruction will I e given in methods of teaching, 
school organization, and the philosophy of education. 

Rates of Tuition. 

Jf paid in advance 

Primary Deparlmcnl — tirade C •'!•"> cents per week 150 cents. 

Primary Department — tirade 1! -in cents per week .'!."> cents. 

Primary Department — Grade A -to cents per we< fc 40 cents. 

Intermediate Department 00 cents per week f>(J cents. 

( irannnar School 7f> cents per week 70 cents. 

Ili<_di School — 1st year So cents per week 80 cents. 

High School — 2d and Ikl years si. do per week '.hi cents. 

Normal Department S;"j cents per week 

Commercial Department '.mi cents per week 85 cents 



('ulalotjiw, of iS/nff'lnnil Attuhtuy. 



As soon as the student has been examined and assigned to his classes, settle- 
ment will then be expected either by cash or note. 

>"o deduction will be made for absence after enrollment, except in eases 
of protracted ill-health. 

In event of sickness notice must in all cases be given of the withdrawal of 
the pupil, as no deduction will he made until this is done. 



1 Literary Societies. 

< There are three Literary Societies connected with the School: The Lucerni- 
i an, conducted by the ladies, and the Orescent and Glisco Societies, conducted 

by the gentlemen. 

Libraries. 

There are three Libraries connected with the School, which contain about 

< two thousand volumes. Two of them beiong to the Literary Societies, and the 
other to the Academy Association. 

I 

Reading Room. 

A Heading Room has recently been opened, to which all students have ac- 

< cess. It is supplied with the leading peiiodicals, and a number of valuable pa- 
i pers. Several books of reference will be added next year. 

Lecfi/ves. 

A Lecture Association affords an opportunity for hearing many distinguish- 

* ed speakers. Lectures are frequently given in connection with the School. 

-I ."ipjmrafllS and ( 'a hi net. 

The Academy is supplied with sufficient apparatus to be a valuable aid in 
studying the natural sciences; also with a Geological Cabinet, containing ma- 

< ny valuable specimens. 

Boarding. 

The cost of Boarding has been about §8.00 per week, including fuel and 

< lights. The club plan of Boarding has been very popular the past year, and 

< the whole expense has been reduced to less than $2.00 per week, to each mem- 
ber. Those who have tried this plan are well pleased with it. Rooms may be 

* rented by those who desire to board themselves, and expenses reduced to $l.f>0 

< per week, or less. 

< Location. 

The School is in the village of Spiceland, Henry County, Indiana. Dunrcith, 
" two and a halt miles distant, on the Pittsburg, Cincinnati & St. Louis Rail- 

< road, is the nearest railway station. A hack meets the trains twice each day 
at Dunrcith, and once at New Castle. 

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If 



(r'encral Items. 

The government of the School is based upon the idea that mnukowl is , il( ,iv 
than xcholm'xlup, and that self-respect and self-control on the pan of the siu- 
•lent are important factors in the formation of character. Ureater stress is 
'•'id npon thoroughness of instruction and accuracy of knowledge than unon 
rapidity of advancement. " ~ 1 

Li Arithmetic, Grammar, Geography. Algebra and Latin, there are from 
tliree to hve classes in each, so that students can enter school at anv time and 
be classed according to their advancement. 

Lor many years the health of students luts been uiiiformh o<l There i< 

plohaoly no healthier locality in the Stale. ' " 

The Friends and the Methodists each hold religious services on the Sabbath 

tiiKl esicli maintain a Sabbath-sc d. Hie Voting Men's Christian Wciaiion 

Holds a meeting lor worship one evening each week 

.Students are required to keep study hours during the evening 

t here are no beer, liquor or billiard saloons in the village 

The High School building has recently been enlarged, and much better ac- 
commodations are liirnishcd than formerly. 

-No student whos- influence is known to have a corrupting tendency will be 
retained in the scliooh 

Diptu ma. 



Students whose conduct is exemplary, and who can complete the course of 
study wni be lurmshed wuh a Diploma signed by the Instructors ; ,nd the 
1 resident of the Board of Trustees. 



CATALOGUE 



OV THE 



OFFICERS AND STUDENTS 



or 



fSPICELAND ACADEMY 



SPICE LAND, HENRY COUNTY, IND. 



FOK THE 



ACADEMIC YEAR, 

1878-79. 



spiCelaxd, Txn. : 
REPORTER PRINT, 
1ST9. ! 



llgfllOfSlS* 



CLARKSON DAVIS, A. IMT.. Superintendent . 

LUUOTrC ESYES, A. 31., I'riiieipnl 

Of Hip;h School, and Teacher of Mental Science, Latin ami Greek. 

SYLTANUS J. WRIGHT, A. 15.. 

Teacher of Natural Science. 

WILLIAM T. UOGGETT, A. 15.. 

Teacher of Elocution, Knglish Literature and General History. 

lu/e> a rrrioitTVBursG, a. 15., 

Teacher of Grammar, and Assistant in High School. 

MARTHA A. MACY, 

Teacher of Heading, Geography, and Assistant in High School. 

HATVISAII 3B. DAVIS. 

Principal of Intermedial e Department, and Teacher of Botany and U. S. History. 

ELLA WILLIAIUS, 

Principal of Primary Department 

.1 . < !. IP. SCOYELL, 

Teacher of Penmanship and Book-keeping. 

The Mathematical Glasses have been divided among the Instructors. 



« 



I 



SFIOIMIl AiABSMI ■ 



This School has been legally incorporated by the Socle 
by of Friends, and is under the care of t lie following 
1 M > A RD OF TR I 'STKKS: 

j g ohdo. \ ; 7)/-'. 7. /. i/TwS ( y;< 7/ //. l\ ; 

SOLOMON M LCI ', JOE. V S J : I/O. \ VS, 

7s7. 7/S7/; 7 7>\ //. 7 77 '7/7<7-'. /J //. £. J). B, 1 1 J. E ) '. 



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CALENDAR FOR 1879-80. 

First Term beg ins September 7, 1870. 

First T&rm ends December 10, 1ST- J. 
Second Term begins December 30, 1879. 

Second Term, ends March, 20, 1880. 
Third Term, begins . If arch JO, 1880. 

Third Term ends J aim 10, .1880. 
The Summer .Norm ((J begins July J.I, .1870, and eon- 

tin acs five weeks. Normal Classes are also sustained, 
during Ihr first six waeks oj the. Fall Term, and the 
whole oj the Spring Term . . 













• 

CATAT.OCxUE OTP STUDENTS. 








1TIO-1I SCHOOL. 








Shi\ I (J It 


CLASS. 














1} Pfiil/'ltCP 
Ml < nUlt fit 1 . 












Dun reith. 












New Castle. 












New London. 








v;],Y'0\ n 


A' V A T? 
1 i!*/V lv. 








Newton Barnard 


(•• 




..Spiceland. 






Charles W. Ballanger 












Minnie E. Benedict .. 






..Springpbrt. 
























. Westland. 






D. W. Edwards 






..Spiceland. 












.. Jonesboro. 












..Spiceland. 
























..Knigli Istown. 












A mhov. 












/ 11. 1 . . 


















William V. New by — 






\ 1 1 iv T ,f\n fl#>n 

■ •ill ** J 4\ 9 II 1 1 '/II, 












New Castle. 












. ~ p I ( C 1 .1 IM I . 






E. Belle Rbberts 






.Spiceland. 












.Spiceland. 












.Spiceland. 












West Elkton, Ohio, 












.Spiceland. 












.Spiceland. 












.Spiceland. 












.Salem. 




I 


FIRST YEAR. 






! Edgar B. Albcrtson. 

1 


■j 




Canton, 













i Jmzzs.: 


sr/oKnAxri acadkmk. » \ 

•.] 




Canton. 1 




; } i . 




O ; 1 1 1 








A nderson. 












Spicelanu. 


Hiittie E. Dickinson... 


L~ ' 1 1 












: t 1 


W. II. I lardy 


Markleville. 


Minnie Ilollingswoitl 


, Dunreitm 








Spiceland. 








L* 1 . . . 1 ... 1 


Emma F. Kennard.... 


Kii ightstow n. 


Ida F. Macy 


Spiceland. 








New Lislmn. 




o t 1 




o • 1 . . 1 




. . . .Scl ma, Oh io. 




...Greensboro. 




. . \\ est iMkttOn, Uliio. 


Louisa II. Unthank.. 




Carrie M. Unthank .. 


o ■ ..1 1 


Florence N. Wright.. 


G reen shoro. 








. . .Spiceland. 












IKK I' A i LJ 1 1 v. 
















c . ; i .-, ,1 




i Spiceland. 







SP/GKLA Nl> A V A J) KM ) '. 



Grattan Hunt Spiceland. 

John Hoover Spiceland. 

Emma Lou. Holloway Spiceland. 

Levi Hoover Spiceland. 

Emory Nowby.... Spiceland. 

A rll) tir W. Oshorn, Economy. 

Worth Osborn Economy. 

Li da D Smith Selma,. Ohio. 

Wallace Simmons Greenfield. 

Oliver P. Taylor Spiceland. 

Willie Woollen Cadiz. 

NORMAL COURSE. 

Edgar B. Albcrtson Canton. 

Minnie Albert*on Canton. 

Edwin Braddock Willow Branch. 

J. N. Barnard f Spiceland. 

J. A. Buck Dumeith. 

I. V. Busby Anderson, 

Ida M. Barnard Con tiers vi lip. 

Belle Biookshire New Castle. 

Cora Bousing Sulphur Springs. 

Ada M. Brooks Greens Fork. 

Lida E. Brooks Greens Fork. 

El ma Brooks Greens Fork. 

Minnie E. Benedict Springport. 

John M. Busby Anderson. 

'Neve Bouslog Sulphur Springs. 

John M. Bolinger Med way, Ohio. 

John W. Bowcn Hagerstown. 

Aithtir Burrier Rosehiirg. 

Jemima J. Cotite West, Milton, Ohio. 

Cassius M. Curry... Greenfield. 

Edgar Cloud Spiceland. 

M ilton Druckemiller Rosehtirg. 

I). W. Edwards Spiceland. 

I )odie ( ! ray Spiceln nd. 

Lizzie Ging Starr. 

Carrie M.Goodwin New Castle. 

Alice Guycr Millville. 

Kelly B. tlnrvv Jonesboro. 

Eugene K Heaiy , spiceland. 

Chester Hudeison Ogden. 



SPICELAND ACADEMY. ' ' 

W. H. Hardy Maikleville. 

Adella Hobson New London. 

Isaac T. Houser Blountsville. 

S. Rufus Jones West Milton, Ohio. 

Will Julian Spiceland. 

Winfield E.Jackson Knightstown. 

Emma F. Kennard Knightstown. 

Sarah E. Kearns Spiceland. 

William P. Long Orange. 

Mattie Lamb Amboy. 

J. J. MeCray Charlottesville. 

Emma Mcllvaine Dunrehh. 

Ida F. Maey Spiceland. 

Geo. W.Meckel New Lisbon. 

C. B. Meckel | N«w Lisbon. 

Thomas Newlin New London. 

Charles E. Morris New Ca.tle. 

Belle Roberts • Spiceland. 

Sarah Routh Blountsville. 

Frank B. Stuart • Spiceland. 

Joe. L. Sanders Honey Creek. 

Frank Symoiis Spiceland. 

Melva Slubbs •. West Elkton, Ohio. 

Carrie Slubbs West Elkton, Ohio. 

Paulina Shawhan pawibridge City. 

J. C. F. Scovell Spiceland. 

Charles M. Shortridge Sulphur Springs. 

Lam ha Trueblood Salem. 

James Thomas , Florida. 

Carrie M. Unthank : Spiceland. 

| Ida L Wishar.i Knighlstown. 

Lucy C White Lewisville. 

Joh'n N. Window Carthage. 

John W. Wisehart Millville. 

The Summer Normal held in . July and Agust, 1«"K. numlu'red S."> teachers and tlio 
iin-|.:iniig n> leach. Those who ill i ended I lull term, only, arc noi included in the abo 
cnrolmcnl . 

( J HAM M Mi ^< 1 ! f< >< >! - 

SECOND YEAR. 



til'KWLANlt A CA DEMY. 



Elma Brook* Greens Fork. 

Belle Brook shire New Castle. 

John M. Busby Anderson. 

Aitliiir Hurrfor Roseburg. 

James II. Burke Lewisville. 

Asa Bnf kin Spiceland. 

R. Kmmd Brifkin Spiceland. 

Cora Bo u slog Sulphur Springs. 

Neve Bouslog Sulphur Springs. 

Jemima J. Coate Pleasant Hill, Ohio. 

Frnnk Coehran S pi eel and. 

May Coinpton Spiceland. 

Cassias M. Curry Greenfield. 

Allen C. Dicks Spiceland. 

Milton Druekemiller Roseburg, 

Cynthia Fries » Clin ilottesvillc. 

Oia Gordon Spiceland. 

Abdel S. Ging Starr. 

John S. Grillin Spiceland. 

Virginia Grillin Spiceland. 

Willis Griflin Dnnreith. 

Elbert Grillin Dnnreith. 

Alice Guyer Millvillc. 

Ida M. Harvey Mt. Summit. 

Alonzo C. Ilodson Spiceland. 

Loiivinifi A. Hodson Spiceland. 

Linnie Hood Dublin. 

Otis I). Hoiloway Spiceland. 

William Hoover Spiceland. 

Julius Ilodson Ogdcn. 

Chester II tide] son Dnnreith. 

Charles h. Jackson Centerville. 

Gallic Jackson Falmouth. 

Albert Johnson Lewisville. 

Sarah E. Ivearns Spiceland. 

Nelson M. King Spiceland. 

Allied Y. King Spiceland. 

John Kirkpatrick Knights town. 

Milton Lamb Cadiz. 

Laura Lamb Cadiz. 

Lina LaRuc Mt. Summit. 



SPICELAND ACADEMY. 



John R.Leonard New- Lisbon. 

Ida A. Leonard New Lisbon. 

William P. Long Orange. 

Luther Macy Spiceland. 

Luther Mendenhall New Castle. 

Emma Mcllvaine Diinreitk. 

Miles M. Millikan New Castle. 

Abner E. Newby New Castle. 

Allen L. Newby Spiceland. 

Horace Newman Spiceland. 

C. R. Oldham Dunreith. 

George N. Patterson Luray. 

Orange S. Painter Spiceland. 

Levi T. Pennington Spiceland, 

Amanda Pearson Spiceland. 

Lizzie Pearso n Spiceland. 

A man uel Pearson Spiceland. 

Cora A. Phelps Spiceland. 

Charles A. Phelps ....Cadiz. 

Walter Pyle Cadiz. 

William E. Ratliff Spiceland. 

Chark s" F. Ratlin" Spicelaml. 

Charles L. Ratlill'.. Spiceland. 

Eva Scars ...Spiceland. 

Charles W. Sears Spiceland. 

Paulina Shawhan Cambridge City. 

Wilson N. Showalter Meehanicsburg. 

Will Shively Mt. Summit, 

Frank Shively Mt. Summit. 

B. L. Shatier New Lisbon, 

John H. Smith Maple Valley. 

Frank T. Siinmons Greenfield. 

Charles M. Shortridge Mtddletown. 

Oliver C. Steele Dunreith. 

Hiram E. Stewart. West Milton, Ohio. 

John E. Stubbs Spiceland. 

Charles F. Symons Lyiiriville, Iowa. 

El wood Talbert Spiceland. 

Elma Talbert Spiceland. 

J. E. Thomtis Willow Branch. 

James Thomas Florida. 



10 



Sl'WELA NU A OA OEM Y. 



Monroe Thorn burg Charlottesville. 

J. VV. Tumor Markleville. 

Matthew Wilson Spice land. 

Lucy C. White Lewisville, 

Henry Yale., New Castle. 

W. R. Zion Knightstown. 

FIRST YEAR. 

lone Allen Knights town 

L. C. Barnard Spieeland. 

Anson F. Bogue Spieeland. 

Oneida Bogee Spieeland. 

Ella Butler Spicdand. 

William Butler Spieeland. 

William Bond Carmel. 

Carrie E. Gliamiicss . .Spieeland. 

Oscar Chain news Spieeland. 

Theodore C ha inn ess Spieeland. 

George F. Collins Spiecla nd. 

Lemuel 10. (Jopeland Spieeland. 

Jennie Evans Ail. Summit. 

Ella Fox Greensboro. 

Hen ry Cray Spieeland. 

Isadore Hall Spieeland. 

Matilda E. Harold Spieeland. 

Arthur O. Harold Spieeland. 

Leonard A. Hodgiu Spieeland. 

Lenora J a i i i. lt Spieeland. 

Ida Jessup SpL-eland. 

N crews K earns Spieeland. 

Jehu Kearns Spieeland. 

Thomas Kendall Bridgeport. 

Clinton 31 i Hi kan Spieeland. 

Frank Millikan Spieeland. 

John McNew Spieeland. 

Mary I.. No why Spieeland. 

Luther Newby SpieclamL 

Edgar N. Pleas Dtinreith. 

Mary Pennington Spice'and, 

Lizzie A. Recce Kiiiglitstown, 

Sarah Routli Blountsville. 



RPIVKLANl) ACADEMY. 



Truman Spencer 

Carl Spencer. 

Jennie Stubblelield 

Emma Sy moos 

Ehiiina Unthank 

Ella Unthank 

Luella Unthank 

Roes M. Wiles 

Cora E. Wishard 



Spieeland. 

Spieeland. 

Spieeland. 

Spieeland. 

Spieeland. 

Spieeland. 

Spieeland. 

(Hen wood. 

King, bts town. 



I N TJE R A I ED I A T E 1 ) E 1 * A 1 * TjS 1 ENT. 



T ,ii c v W i I son 


Emma Hodson. 


Willard Allen. 


Vannora Lawrene< 


J f l, I i* l v 1 1 ' i v, i o \j it* 


Belle Macy. 


Ernest Anderson. 


Nora Maey. 


Annie Bog'ilO. 


Charlie Macy. 


Jason K. Brewer. 


Elmer Mai thews. 


Josie Bogue. 


Kila Millikan. 


Richard Broad bent. 


Eli New by. 


Abner Bui lei-. 


Henry New by. 


Charles Bund}'. 


Otto Paul. 


Gertrude Cox. 


Alfred Peterson. 


Elon Collins. 


Florence Porch. 


diaries Copeland. 


Robert Pleas. 


Linnie Coinpton. 


M innie Ratclid'. 


Carrie Dawson. 


Lorin Ratclin". 


Elurtley Dickinson. 


Harry Rati id'. 


Olive Duncan. 


Harmon Ravi. 


Ida Elliott. 


John Ratlin". 


Eddie Evans. 


Oscar Roberts. 


Harry Frnminger, 


Linnie Spencer. 


Heroert Cordon. 


Einrna Symons, 


Susie Griflin. 


Ellis Symons. 


Lizzie Hiatt. 


Annie Symons. 


Luther Hiatt. 


Rilla Taylor. 


Earl Hollingsworth. 


Harry Unthank. 


Junius Hockett. 


Josie Ui)l hank. 



Kloi a Hodson. 



PRIMARY 1 )P 



Bertie Allen. 
Lei a Anderson. 



I *A ! ITM ENT. 

Henry Macy. 
Freddie Matthews. 



SI'ICHLAND ACAD KM Y: 



I y \ i ii v I >'i r I) ;i rd 

i IllJt Will II ill 1 1 • 


Elisha McFarland. 


Freddie I3')' r iic 


' Anna M iles. 


Alice Broadbent. 


Bertie Ne,wl>v. 


Howard 1'undv. 


Essie Ncwby, 


Frank Bund v. 


Freddie New by. 


Tommy Butler. 


Maggie Newell. 


Finnic Butler. 


Pearl Nicholson. 


Ola Charnncss. 


Emory Okey. 


Mary Chamness-. 


Julian Pleas. 


Rufus Chamness. 


Earl Pleas. 


Bosa Cox. 


John Pickett. 


(lessie Cox. 


Ollie Porch. 


Louie Oowofdl. 


Attie Ratciitr. 


.M ivt'V Cowiiill. 


Fddie Ilakdilf, 


Lulu Dille. 


Willie Ratcliff. 


Luther Dawson. 


'Harlan Ratliff. 


Warren Evans. 


Austin Roberts. 


A. Lenie Eastridffe. 


Cora Russell. 


Fail Fawcett. 


Waller Sears. 


Ellsworth Foster. 


Lida Speneer. 


Willie Foster. 


Fddie Spencer. 


Ucnrv Fostet. 


Lonnie SpeiK.'Pl'. 


Eddie Fowler. 


Estella Symons. 


Lulu ( lordon. 


Mary Symons. 


Gertrude Cordon. 


Morris Sx rnons. 


Jennie Gordon. 


Addie Symons. 


Josie Griffin. 


Minnie *s'wai;t. 


Fred Harper. 


John Fnthank. 


Aldus Harold. 


Rebecca Fnthank. 


Jennie Harold. 


Eva I'nthank. 


Henry Iliatt. 


Matlic Fnthank. 


Rebecca Iliatt. 


Fddie Fnthank. 


Ada Hudson. 


Frank White. 


Josie Johnson. 
Chester Keetie. 
Lee Kisser. 
Samuel Ivizer. 
flstattie King. 
Laura Iving, 
Isaac Kinter. 
Mary Lawrence. 
Sarah Maoy. 
Horace Macv. 


Mattie Wilson. 
Cari'ie Winslow. 
Florence Winslow. 
John Winslow. 
Alvin Winters. 
Morgan Winslow, 
Heiii'V Winslow. 
rda Winslow. 
lici t ha Wood. 




COURSE OF STUDY. 



P rima 1-3- 13 e pa r tmei 1 1. 

GRADE C— Chart Lessons, First Reader, Lessons in Language. ; 
GRADE B. First and Second Readers, Spelling. Oral Lessons in Numbers and Lan- j 

guage. . . . , 

GRADE A.-Tl.ird Reader, Spelling, Hooker's Child's Book of Nature, Writing, Aritn- 

metic, Geography and Language. 

Intermediate 1 >epart ment. 

Reading, Writing, Spelling and Word Analysis, Arithmetic to Fractions, Geography and 
Language Lessons. 

Grammar School. 

FIRST YEAR. Reading, Writing. Spelling, Word Analysis. Arithmetic through Per- 
centage, Geography to Europe, English Grammar to Syntax, and IJ. S. History to the 
American Revolution. 

SECOND YEAR.— Reading, Writing, Spelling, and Word Analysis; Arithmetic, Geogra- 
phy.' English Grammar, and U. S. History; Physiology, completed; Single Entry Book- 
keepingi optional. 

N. li. In this department Latin will he studied one term, by those who expect to take 
the Classical Course, or to prepare for College. 

IIi#h School. 

FIRST YEAR.— First Term (10 Weeks): Algebra, Latin Reader, Composition and Eng- 
lish Literature, Natural Philosophy. Second Tern. ( 12 Weeks): Algebra, Natural Philo- 
sophy, Latin -Ca sar, General History. Third Term (12 Weeks): Algebra. Latin- Caesar, 
Zoology. General History. 

SECOND V RAIL — First Term: Geometry, Latin— Virgil, Rhetoric, Science ol Govern- 
ment. Second Term: Geometry, Latin-Virgil; English Literature, Chemistry. Third 
Term: Trigonometry. Latin— Cicero, Chemistry, Botany. 

THIRD YEAR.— First Term: Latin— Cicero, Mental Science, History of Civilization, 
Surveying. Second Term: Astronomy, Logic, Political Economy. Third Term: Geology. 
Moral Science, General Reviews. 

Kcinarks. 

The above course of study has been prepared with reference to those stud nls who do 
not expect to pursue a College course, but who desire to acquire a knowledge of those 
branches which will lit them for active ljifc Special attention, however, is give, to pre- 
paring students for College. Elocution and English Literature receive special attention. 

In the Latin and Greek Languages. Thorough drill on the declension of nouns and the 
conjugation of verbs, is given, and also on the application of rub- of construction. The 



II 



I uniouiit of work in these Languages will be the same .is that required by the College which : 
! students propose to enter. Greek may be substituted for some of the studies in the last two J 
: years of the course. 

Classes will be formed in the French and German Languages whenever a sufficient num- j 
j her shall desire to pursue those studies. 

Penmanship, Heading and Composition will receive attention throughout the whole 
i c urrse of study. 

Sj >eeial Depart 1 ments. 

Advanced Course in Chemistry: This includes Qualitative Analysis and practical work i 
in the Laboratory. 

( ?ivil Engineering. 

1 This course includes Land Surveying, Leveling, and (he practical use of Transit and 
j Level. 

Con iinereial 1 department. 

In this department instruction is given in Penmanship, forms and uses of business pa- 
pers, Single and Double Entry Book-keeping. 

^Normal 1 )eparl ment. 

Special attention will be given to the training id' teachers. To this end the first efforts I 
will be directed towards securing thorough and accurate knowledge of the subject matter; j 
then instruction wi ) be given in methods of teaching, school organization, and the philoso- 
phy id' education. 

Rales of Tuition. 

If /mid i» ndmnr,: \ 

Primary Department — tirade C ■!•"> cents per week »() cents. I 

Primary Department — Grade H $0 cents per week '■>"> cents. 

! Primary Department — tirade A 4~) cents per week ID cents. 

! Intermediate Department lid cents pet" week !5Ucenls, 

j Grammar School 75 cents per week 70 cents, i 

I High School — 1st year So cents per week 80 cents. 

I High School — I'd and 3d years SI. 00 per week 90 cents. 

! Normal Department K."> cents per week SO cents. 

Commercial Department SI. (10 per week 

Bf .... 

Hereafter special Keview Classes will lie considered as belonging to the High School, and j 

I charged accordingly. 

Credit "ill be given for substituted studies, and students who are preparing for college I 
will lie allowed to graduate when they have done work equivalent to that required to eom- 
' plete the regular course. 

As soon as the student has been examined and assigned to his classes, settlement will 
j then be expected, either by cash or note. 

No deduction will be made for absence after enrollment, except in cases of protracted , 
i ill-health. 

In event of sickness notice must, in all cases, be given of the withdrawal of the pupil, as 
I no deduction will be made until this is done. 

T jitei'a ry Soeiet ies. 

There are three permanent Literary Societies counee'ed with the school: — The Lucerui- 
an, conducted by the ladies, and the Crescent and Glisco Societies, by the gentlemen. Lit- 
1 erary organizations are also sustained by the Intermediate and Grammar School students. | 
i Care is taken to make students acquainted with the rules governing parliamentary bodies, j 

I A) n'stvies. 

There are three Libraries in connection willi the school, which couliiiit about two (Ijo.uk- j 
I and volumes, Two of them belong to the Literary Societies, and [lie other to the Academy 
Association. Additions are made each vear. 



. . — • • 

SP1CKLAN1) AC A l>KMY. • '■'> 



Reading" Room. 

A Reading Room has recently been opened, to which all students have access. It is 
supplied with the leading periodicals, and a number of valuable papers. Cyclopedias and 
other valuable books of reference are free to all. New books are added each year. 

Lectures. 

A Lecture Association affords opportunity for hearing many distinguished speakers. 
I Lectures tire frequently given in connection with the school. 

Apparatus and Cabinet. 

The Academy is supplied with sufficient apparatus to lie a valuable aid in studying the 
Natural Sciences; also with a Geological Cabinet, containing many valuable specimens. 

1 >< >ai'ding. 

Tiie cost, of boarding, the past year, has been aboiil §2 50 per week. Rooms can be 
rented by those who wish to board themselves, mid the cost reduced to less than si. To per 
week. Club-boarding, including room-rent, can lie obtained for less than S2.00. Meals at 
j ?1 .50 per week. 

Local i< >n. 

I The school is in the village of Spicelanil. Henry county, Indiana. Dunreith, two and a 

lialf miles distant, on the Pittsburg, Cincinnati and St. Louis 1!. |L, is the nearest railway 
station. A hack meets the trains threa times each day at Dunreith, and once at New 
Castle. 

( Jeneral 1 1 < >ms. 

I The government of the school is based upon the idea that manhood is mot e than xcholar- 
| ship, and that self-respect and self-control, on the par! of the student, are important factors 

in the formation of character. Greater stress is laid upon thoroughness of instruction and 

accuracy of knowledge, than upon rapidity of advancement. 

In Arithmetic, (Irauimar, Geography, A Igelira and Latin, there arc from three to five 

classes each, SO that students can enter school at any time and be classed according to 

their advancement. 

I'm- many years the health of students has been uniformly good. There is probably no 
I healthier locality in the Slate. 

The Friends and the Methodists both hold religious services on the Sabbath, am! each 
I maintains a Sabbath-school. The Young Mens' Christian Association holds a meeting for 
I worship one evening each week. 

I A sufficient number of teachers is constantly employed, so that large classes may be 
I avoided, and that pupils may receive personal attention each recitation, 
j Expenses are as low as at any other school affording equal advantages. 

The managers of the school an very careful to make this an institution in which stlP 
| dents, who are away from home and its restraints, will be surrou tided by good, moral in- 
I flue.nces, and in this they have the co-operation of the citizens of the village. 

Students are required to keep study hours during the evening. 

There are no beer, liquor or billiard saloons in the village. 

The High School building has recently been enlarged, and much better accommodations 
are furnished than formerly. 

No student, whose influence is known lo have a corrupting tendency, will be retained in 

the school. 

I ) i ] > 1 < > 1 1 1 a . 

Students, whose conduct is exemplary, and who complete the course of study, will be 
furnished with a Diploma, signed by the instructors and the President of the Board of 
I Trustees. 



<i 11 A I> 1.7 ATE :S . 



1 H?'()i 



Spring Dale, Iowit. 
Omaha, Nubntska. 





16 SPIOMLA'ND ACADEMY. 


1871. 




Walter D. Jones 




*Alvin II. Jenkins 








C. R, Dixon 




R. G. Boone 








Mai'v V. Ballenger Barnard 












1872. 






Diinrfith, 


David H. Henlev 


— Spieeland. 


Jacob Hill 


., Arba. 






Robert P. Mitchell 




1873. 








Aaron B. Bell 


.Red Oak, Iowa. 




Wabash. 




Westfield. 


Mnrv Stilbbs Painter 






Ridtre Farm, Illinois. 




— Independence, Kansas. 


1 Q7J. 




Alice Car)' Coffin 


St. Louis, Missouri. 




Greensboro. 






William S. Moffit 


Connersville. 


Edwin (). Kennard 


....Ilarverford, Pennsylvania. 




Thorntown. 




.. .Knightstown. 


I). G. Mitchell 


Fvnightstown. 


1 875. 




W. W. Gregg 


.Lvnnville, Iowa. 


William C. Pidgeon 


., .Nettle Creek. 




Westfield. 


I87(j. 






.Arcadia. 


1 878. 




S. Ella Hogw 




M. Belle Chambers 


New Castle. 


J. Pincknev Mitchell 


, . Spiceland. 








Lincolnville. 






William S Seaf'ord 


Km i rrnount 




...New Castle. 


^Deceased. 







CATALOGUE 



OF THE 



OFFICERS AND STUDENTS 



OK 



SriCELAND ACADEMY, 

SPICEI.AND, HENRY COUNTY, I NR. 



H)R tiie 



ACADEMIC YEAR, 
1879-80. 



SPICELANT), IND.: 

REPORTER PRINT, 
1880. 



OA/T-AJLiOGMCJE OF SSTUJ^EPSTTs*;. 
J I Kill SCHOOL. 

SENIOR CLASS. 

SASIKSi HT5.Stim.HGE. 

J. Edgar Cloud Spiceland. 

William N. Lamb Ambo) - . 

Matlie Land) Ambov. 

Ada Grata; Murphey '. New Castle. 

Emma Belle Roberts \ Spiceland. 

Ida May Roberts Spiceland. 

Fra ii k Simons Spiceland. 

Lamira Trncblood Snlern. 

S. Kut'us Jones West Milton, Ohio. 

SECOND YEAR. 

Arthur Hallam Baily Free port, Ohio. 

J. Newton Barnard Spiceland. 

Minnie K, Benedict Spiingport. 

Oord i*l iii A. Bogus Spiceland. 

I. Vinton Bushy Anderson. 

Kelly B. Mai voy loncshoro. 

Minnie Mol lings worth ] lunrcith. 

Edwin E. Macy Wabash. 

Charles E. Norris New Castle. 

•John 0. 1''. Seoville Spiceland. 

Jesse Stratum Greensboro. 

Carrie 31. [Jn thank Spiceland. 

FIRST YEAR. 

Joseph D. Ambrose Napoleon, Ky. 

H attic Bogue Spiceland. 

Frank Broaddns Connersville. 

Belle Brookshire New Castle. 

John McA. Busby Anderson. 

Clara Canad y Le wisvi lie. 

Emma A. Cloud Spiceland. 

Jemima J. Coate Pleasant Hill, Ohio. 

A\'il]i.->rii Cochran - S pi eel and. 

Mary E. Collin Spiceland. 

Walter E. ( 'ollin Spieola nil. 

Sylva Compton Spiceland. 



M'WKl.A SI) A OA DEM V. 

Ollie Cook Parkville, III. 

Hattie Dickinson Spiceland. 

Ina Dicks Spiceland. 

Alonzo M. Gardner Arba. 

Win, B. Gordon Spiceland. 

Eli K. Hoober Springport. 

Emma J. Hiatt Spiceland. 

Arthur Henley Spiceland. 

John Hoover Spiceland. 

Anna Hudelsoh Ogden 

Chester Hudelson Ogden. 

Emma D. Hudelson Oirden. 

Henry 31. Hudelson Ogden. 

Emma Mcllvaine Duureith. 

Ida F. Macy Spieelnnd. 

Luther Macy Spiceland. 

C. B. Meckel New Lisbon. 

Abner E. Newby New Castle. 

Allen L. Newby Spiceland. 

Charles Newlin New London. 

Euie C. Painter Spieelnnd. 

Phebe Pearson Am boy. 

Charles L. RatliH' Spiceland. 

Charles M. Shortridgc Honey Creek. 

Anna Smith Sclma. Ohio. 

Julia Station! Greensboro 

Ella Strati on Greensboro. 

El wood Talhert.'. Spiceland. 

Wm. Teas Dun reith. 

Alida Trncblood Salem. 

Emma We.'ks Mechanicsbur 

.Matthew Wilson Spiceland. 

Terrell Wilson Spiceland. 

Marcus E. Wood New Castle. 

Florence N. Wright Greensboro. 

Henry Yale New Castle. 

SOIIOOL. 
SECOND YEAR 

Albert Bnliengcr Spiceland. 

Howard E. Barrel'. Green held. 

El woo 1 1 Ba i n a rd Ed e n. 

Jasper Barnard ...Manilla. 

II. Jennie Barnard Manilla. 

J fa L. Brothers Lewisville. 

Alma Byrkitt Ogden. 

America M. Ghamness Dalton. 

Theodore Cham ness Spiceland. 

Carrie Charles Carthage. 

Frank Cochran Spiceland. 

May CompUm Spiceland. 



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HI'WKLA NI> A CA OEM V. 



Orilla E. Compton West Milton, 0. 

Samuel JJeiuiis .'Dal ton. 

Allen C- Dicks Spicekind. 

Ella Fox Greensboro. 

Nina Frazer Connersville. 

Cynthia Fries Chavlottesyillc. 

John R. Furnas Bridgeport. 

Abdel Ging Spicelaud. 

M. Ola Gordon Spiceland. 

Elbert Gridin Diinreith. 

John K. Griflin I)uhj;e,ith, 

Yirgic Grillin Dunreith. 

Laui'a I f uidv Mornstoyvn. 

Eddie Harden Greensboro. 

Arthur Harold Spiceland, 

Tillie JO. Harold , Spiceland. 

Kale Hcrnley New Castle. 

Alonzo Hudson Spiceland. 

Otis Hollo way Spiceland. 

Albert T. Iludelson Ogden. 

Dora Iludelson ' Ogden. 

Charles Julian Spiceland. 

D. Webster Hutchins Wabash. 

Thomas Kendall Bridgeport. 

Alfred Y. King Spiceland. 

Laura Lamb Cadi/. 

Milton Lamb Cadiz. 

Wm. Lamb Cadiz. 

Mary B. Leakey Millville. 

Carrie Mcllvaine Dunreith. 

Jennie McKee Ogden. 

John MeNew Spiceland. 

Luther Mendenhall New Castle. 

Martin L. Meyer Cadiz. 

Abraham L. Miller Knightstown. 

Thomas 1). Miller Knightstown. 

Jabez II. Millikan New Castle. 

Roll in Oldham Dunreith. 

Orange Fainter Spiceland. 

Amanda Pearson Spiceland. 

Lizzie Pearson Spiceland. 

Eva Pe^g Fountain City. 

Amy Pemberton , West Milton, Ohio. 

Charles Phelps New Castle. 

Cora Phelps Spiceland. 

Edgar Pleas Dunreith. 

Charles F. Ratlin*' Spiceland. 

Charles H. Rogers , Now Castle. 

James Sap we II ( 'harloftesvillo, 

Charles Scars Spiceland. 

Eva A. Sears Spiceland. 



SP1CELAX1) A OA DEM Y. 



5 



Cassius M. C. Shanks Portland. 

Elmer Sieg Spiceland. . 

Oliver Steele Dunreith. 

John E. Stubbs Spiceland. 

Frank Swindell Spiceland. 

Elma Talbert Spiceland. 

Lulu Un thank Spiceland. 

Laura White Lcwisvillo. 

Mettie White Lewisville. 

FIRST YEAR. 

John C, Ambrose Walnut Lake, Ivy. 

L. Carl Laniard Spiceland. 

Flora Beeson Dallon. 

Anson L. Bogue Spiceland. 

Ona Boguc Spiceland. 

Richard Broadbcnt Spiceland. 

Michel Butler Charlottesville. 

Wm. W. Butler Spiceland. 

Carrie. Chamncss Spiceland. 

Oscar Chamncss Spiceland . 

Josie Cloud Kagletown. 

George Collins Spiceland. 

El oil Collins Spiceland. 

Henry Compton Spiceland 

Lemuel Copeland Spiceland. 

Hurtbv Dickinson Spiceland. 

Hetty Elliott Dublin. 

Oscar Fleming Honey Creek. 

Henry Gray Spiceland, 

Isadore Hall Spiceland. 

Joseph Hart Cadiz. 

George Hayes Spiceland. 

Jacob Hamilton Greenfield. 

Leonard Hodgin Spiceland. 

Oliver Hunt.. W, stland. 

Nereus Kearns Spiceland. 

Nelson King Spiceland. 

Klitier Kirk Flushing, Ohio. 

Nora Macv Spiceland. 

George Mendenhall Spiceland. 

Luther G. Newby Spiceland. 

Luther II. Newby New Castle. 

Mary L. Newby Spiceland. 

Lily' Oldham...'. • Dunreith. 

George Pearson West Milton, Ohio. 

Alfred Peterson Spiceland. 

Levi T. Pennington Spiceland. 

Mary Pennington Spiceland. 

Florence Porch Spiceland. 

Ilenrv II. Kat. liir Spiceland. 



HI' IV HI. A Nl> A <!A 1XKM )'. 



Lorin T. Ratclill' Spiceland. 

Harmon II. Rayl Spiceland, 

Minnie RaEcliif Spiceland. 

Win. K. Rati id' Spiceland. 

Chestei A. Reddick Grant City. 



Charles A. lis wee Spiceland. 



Lizzie Recce Greensboro. 

Willie Talhert Spiceland. 

Frank Thomas Dunreitli. 

i Eli LInthank Spiceland. 

| Hairy Unthank Spiceland. 

Joe Welih Gieensboto. 

Win. C. White Westlan.l. 

Cora K. Wisbard Knightstown. 

Belle VVorshain Glen- wood. 

W illie Wi i»lit. Spiceland. 

Emma Allen Millvillc. 

Cordelia A. Bogue Spiceland. 

Hat tie Bogue '. Spiceland. 

.). N. Barnard Spiceland. 

Howard E. Barrett Greenfield. 

Flora Bceson Dalton. 

J. McA. Busby Anderson. 

I. Vinton Busby Anderson. 

Beile Chambers New Castle. 

Clara Canady Lewisvillp. 

Melly Chainuess Dalton. 

Sylva Comptoii .Spiceland. 

Mattie Duncan Conncrsvillc. 

Oscar Fleming Honey Creek. 

Nina Fniyser ( lormersville. 

Frank Guycr Millville. 

Ellen Gilliam Sheridan. 

Alice Ilintt Spiceland. 

Laura Handy Morristown. 

Emma 1>. Hudelson Og(lei). 

W m. J n Man Spiceland. 

IV. E. JctfVcys Blountsvillc. 

Joseph R. Leakey New Lisbon. 

Maggie J. Leakey New Lisbon. 

Mary B. Leakey New Lisbon. 

Km ma Mcllvaine I)u nreith. 

Jennie Mclvee Ogden. 

Martin L. Meyer Cadiz. 

Mollie 1'' Millburi) Fishersbiirg. 

.labe/. II. Millikan New Castle. 

Clara I'uckott Winchester. 

Lizcrali Roberts >• Spiceland. 

Oliver Steele Diinreitl:. 



SPICEt.AXI) ACA/U'M r. , 

F. F. Simons Spiceland. 

Lulu Un thank Spiceland. 

Carrie Un thank.... Spiceland. 

Geo. Williams Springport. 

John Williams Cadiz. 

Terrell Wilson Spiceland. 

INTKii^I iODIATI'; I>I':i 3 'A irr.M 107s' 

Wilkrd Allen. Horace E. Kissel. 

Albert Anderson. Vannora Law rence. 

Ernest Anderson. Joseph Long. 

Josife Bog ue. Nora Macy. 

Annie Bogue. Chas. Macy, 

Chas. Bundy. Horace -Miles. 

Abaci' Butler. Ilcnrv Ncwbw 

Willie Bond. Eli j" New by'. 

Ella Culberlson. Mary Porch. 

Gertie Cox. Robert Fleas. 

Ola Charmless. John liatliU'. 

Linnie M. Compton. HarmouRnyl, 

Caroline S. Dawson. Chas. Recce. 

Olive Duncan. Addie Rceee. 

Ilurtley Dickinson. Lorin Ratclill'. 

Edgar Evans. Harry RatclUT. 

Harry Eminingcr. Edwin Hates Ratclill'. 

Mary Forbis. Oscar Roberts. 

George Fellows. Ellis Symons. 

Herbert Gordon. Emma Symons. 

Anuis Gertrude Gordon. Anna Symons. 

Suie F. Griflin. Earl Clyde Shanks, 

Hercless Garner. Rilla Taylor. 

Flora Ilodson. Josie I'nthank. 

Lizzie Hi att. Edgar Fnthank. 

Junius Hoekett. Rebecca I'ntliauk. 

Luther Hi att. Bertha Wood. 

Elmer Julian. Lucy Wilson. 
Moses C. Kelley. 

PKIMAUY DKPAK'I M E>T. 

Bertie Allen. Anna ."Miles. 

Minnie Allen. Anna 11. Macy. 

Lelie Anderson. Henry Macy. 

Linnie Butler. Horace Macy. 

Thomas Butler. Evalena Macy. 

Freddie Bogue. Frank Miles. 

Alice Broadbcnt. Earl Mnnlove. 

Delia Brandon. Carrie AP'crtie Ne\vb\ 

Frank Bundy. Freddie Newby. 

Howard Bundy, Louessic Newby. 

Olessie Cox. Maggie Newell. 

Ru fu s Cham n ess, Ollic Newman. 

Walter Culbertson. Sarah Newman. 



SPICELA NJJ A CA OEM Y. 



101 mer Deem. 


Ore Ii. Poor. 


Estella Deem. 


Ollie Porch. 


Luther Dawson, 


Earl Pleas. 


Julia Fmminger. 


John Pickett. 


Mary Kinminger, 


Walter Rayl. 


Warren Evans. 


Florence Rayl. 


A. Lerue Kastrirtge. 


Harlan KatlUT. 


Earl Faweett. 


Wdlie Rateliff. 


Kenneth Faweelt. 


Attic Ratelitr. 


E<) 'lie Fowler. 


Frank Feed. 


Cora Fowler. 


Austin Roberts. 


Willie Foster. 


Morris Symons. 


lien r_v Foster. 


Estella Synions. 


Josie Griffin. (Deceased.) 


Mary Symotis. 


Lulu Gordon. 


Arlli ur Sy tnons. 


Jennie Gordon. 


Montie Spencer. 


Mattir Gordon. 


Eddie Spencer. 


Herbert Garwood. 


Minnie Swain. 


Addie Hodson. 


Walter Sears. 


Aldus Harold. 


( Hattie Sears. 


Edith Hunt. 


Mary Tlinnnan. 


Aliee Hiatt. 


Eva Unthank. 


Leon a Hiatt. 


Frank White. 


Henry Hiatt. 


Mattie Wilson. 


Josie Johnson. 


Warren Wilson. 


Grace Joh nson. 


Reuben Weaver. 


Mattie King. 


Laura Winters. 


Laura Iving. 


Ellen Winters. 


Chester Keene. 


Alvin Winters. 


Walter Kirk. 


Aevry Winters. 


Emory King. 


Morgan Winslow. 


Lincoln Kizer. 


Henry Winslow. 


Mary Lawrence. 


Ida Winslow. 


Gnrney Lawrence. 


John Winslow. 


Emerson Lyons. 


Gurney Winslow. 


Clara Matthews. 


Carrie Winslow. 


Freddie Matthews. 


Florence Winslow. 


Ora MillikAD. 


Sarah Young. 




SPIGE 






INSTRUCTORS. 

CLALtKSOUNT 13 AVIS, A. M., Superintendent. 
LTJDOVIC ESTES, A. M., Principal 

Of High School, and Toucher of Mental Science, Latin anil Hreck. 

8YLVANUS J. WRIGHT, A. J 

Teacher of Natural ■Science. 

WILLIAM T. IDOGrGffiTT, A. B., 

Teacher of Elocution, English Literature and general History. 

LUZENA TIIORKliTJIiCF, A. B., 

Assistant. 

HANNAH E. DAVIS. 

Principal of Intermediate Department, and Teacher of Ilotany and II, S. History. 

ELLA WILLIAMS, 

Principal of Primary Department. 
The Mathematical Classes have heen divided among the Instructors. ■ ■ 



This School has hecn legally incorporated by the Society of Friends, find is under the' 
care of the following Board of Trustees: 

JESSE GORDON, »R. JAMES COCHRAN, 

.SOLOMON MACY, JOHN SYMONS, 

ELLSIIA B. RATCLIFF, DR. G. I). BAILEY. 




COURSE OF STUDY". 



Primary Department. 

Grade C. — Chart Lessons, First Reader, Lessons in Language. 

Grade B. — First and Second Readers, Spelling, Oral Lessons in Numbers and Language. 
Grade A. — Third Header, Spelling, Hooker's Child's Book of Nature. Writing, Arithme- 
tic, Geography, and Language. 

Intermediate Department. 

Reading, Writing, Spelling and Word Analysis, Arithmetic to Fractions, Geography, and 
Language Lessons. 

Grammar School. 

First Year. — Reading, Writing, Spelling, Word Analysis, Arithmetic to percentage, 
Geography to Europe, English Grammar to Syntax, and IJ. S. History to the American 
Revolution. 

Second Year. — Reading, Writing, Spelling, and Word Analysis; Arithmetic, Geography, 
English Grammar, and U. S. History; Physiology, completed, and Composition; Single 
Entry Book-keeping, optional. 

N B. In this department Latin will be studied cue term, by those who expect to take 
the Classical Course, or to prepare for College. 

High School. 
First Year. — First term (10 weeks): Algebra, Latin Reader, Rhetoric, English Litera- 
ture, Natural Philosophy. Second term (12 weeks): Algebra, Roman History, Latin, 
j — Caesar, General History. Third term (12 weeks): Algebra, Latin — C:usai, Zoology, 
General History. 

; Second Year — First term: Geometry, Latin — Virgil, Grecian History, Science of Gov- 
ernment. Second term: Geometry, Latin — Virgil, English Literatim;, Chemistry. Third 
iterm: Trigonometry, Latin— Cicero, Chemistry, Botany. 

i Third Year. — First term: Latin — Cicero, Mental Science, English History, Surveying. 
[Second term: Astronomy, Logic, Political Economy. Third term: Geology, Mo ml 
Science. General Reviews. 

I Zi »marksu 

The above course of study has been prepared with reference lo those students who do 
not expect to pursue, a College course, hm who desire to acquire a knowledge of those 
[branches which will fit them for active life. Special attention, however, is given to pre- 
paring students for College. 

j Elocution and English Literature receive special attention: the latter consists of a brief 
■history of the rise and growth of the English language, the history of the lives of the 
[leading authors, and a critical study of parts of their works. 

In the Latin and Greek languages, thoroiti/h drill on the declension of nouns and the 
conjugation of verbs, is given, and also on the application of the rales of construction. The 
amount of work in these languages will l>c the suae as that required by the college which 
[Students propose to enter. 



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— — — — — ■» - i ! 

Classes will be formed in the Greek, French and German languages, whenever a suffici-| j 
cm number shall desire to pursue those studies. j < 

Penmanship, Reading and Composition will receive attention throughout the whole, j 
course of study. ; 

Credit will be given for substituted studies, and students who are preparing for college: 
will be allowed to graduate when they have done work equivalent to that required to com- 
plete the regular course. 

Special Departments. 

Advanced course in Chemistry: This includes Qualitative Analysis and practical work j 
in the Laboratory. 

Civil Engineering. 

This course includes Land Surveying, Leveling, and the practical use of the Transit 
and the Level. 

Commercial Department. 

In this department instruction is given in Penmanship, forms and uses of business pa- j 
pers, Single and Double Entry Book keeping. 

Normal Depart ment. 

Special attention will be given to the training of teachers. To this end the first efforts; 
will be directed towards securing thorough and accurate knowledge of the subject matter;; 
then instruction will be given in methods of teaching, school organization, and the philoso- 
phy of education. For those attending in this department the Primary and Intermediate 
Schools afford an opportunity to learn, both by observation and practice, the best methods j 
of teaching. j j 

Kates of Tuition. 1 1 

If paid in advnneri j 

Primary Department— Grade C 35 cents per week 30 cents.. 

Primary Department— Grade D 4" cents per week 35 cents.. 

Primary Department— Grade A 45 cents per week 40 cents. 

Intermediate Department 60 cents per week aO cents.; 

Grammar School 75 cents per week .0 cents. 

High School— first year 85 cents per week 80 cents. 

jjjgl, School— Second and Third years $1 00 per week DO cents.] 

Normal Department «« Cftuts per week 80 cents. 

Commercial Department $1 00 per week ■ j 

Hereafter .special Review Classes will be considered as belonging to the High School, anuj 

charged accordingly. . f] 

No deduction will be made for absence after enrollment, except in cases of protracted 

ill-health. 

In event of sickness notice must, in all cases, be given of (he withdrawal of the pupil, as j 
no deduction will be made until this is done. 

Literary Soeieties. 

There are three permanent Literary Societies connected with the school:— The Lucerui- j 
an conducted hy the ladies, and the Crescent and Uliscii Societies, by the gentlemen, j 
Literary organizations are also sustained by the Intermediate and Grammar School si-.i-, 
dents. Care is taken to make students acquainted with the rules governing parliamentary] 
bodies. 

I jil>raries. 

There are three Libraries in connect ion with I he school , which contain about two thous-f j 
and volumes Two of them belong to the Literary Societies, and the other to the Academy; < 
Association, Additions tire made each year. 

lieacling Room. 

A Reading Room has recently been opened, to which all students have access. It is, j 
supplied with the leading periodicals, and a number of valuable papers. Cyclopedias and; j 
other valuable books of lcferencearc free to all. New nooks are added each year. 



12 SI'WIil.ANI) AUADIWY. 



Lectures. 

Lectures are frequently given by the teachers, and opportunities are also afforded for 
hearing distinguished lecturers from abroad. 

Apparatus nncl Cabinet. 

The Academy is supplied with sufficient apparatus to be a valuable aid in studying the 
Natural Sciences : also a Geological Cabinet, containing many valuable specimens. 
During the past year the latter has been enlarged by the addition of a valuable collection 
of over twelve hundred specimens, purchased and presented to the Academy by its 
alumni. 

1 Joard ing;. 

! The cost of board and lodging, the past year has been about, $2,75 per week. Rooms 
can be rented by those who wisli to board themselves, and the cost reduced to less than 
!$1 .75 per week. A boarding house is connected with the Academy, at which soonw and 
jelub-board are furnished. 

Location. 

The school is in the village of .Spiceland, Henry county, Indiana. Dunreith, two and a 
half miles distant , on the Pittsburgh, Cincinnati and St. Louis K. W., is the nearest rail way 
station. A hack meets the trains three limes each day at Dunreith, and once at New 
iCastle. 

General I terns. 

The government of the school is based upon the idea that manhood is more than scholar- 
whiji, and that self-respect and self-control, 'mi the part of the student, are important factors 
[in the formation of character. Greater stress is laid upon thoroughness of instruction and 
accuracy of knowledge, tmin upon rapidity of advancement 

In Arithmetic, Grammar, Geography. Algebra and Latin, there are from three to five 
[classes each, so that students can enter school at any time and lie classed according to their 
advancement . 

| For many years the health of the students has been uniformly good. There is probably 
!no healthier locality in the State. 

The Friends and the Methodists both hold religious services on the Sabbath, and each main- 
tains a Sabbath school. The Voting Men's Christian Association holds a meeting for worship 
:one evening each week. 

! .A sufficient number of teachers is constantly employed, so that large classes may be avoid- 
ed, and students may receive personal attention during each recitation. 
, Expenses are as low as at any other school affording equal advantages. 

The managers of the school arc very careful to make this an institution in which students 
who are away from home and its restraints, will be surrounded by good, moral influences, and 
in t his they have t lie co-operation of the citizens of the village. 

Stude its are required to keep study hours during the evening. 

There are no beer, liquor, or billiard saloons in the village. 

The High School building has recently been enlarged, and much better accomodations are 
furnished than formerly. 

No student whose influence is known to have a corrupting tendency, will be retained in 
the school. 

Diploma. 

Students, whose conduct is exemplary, and who complete the course of study, will be fur- 
nished with a Diploma, signed by the Instructors and the President of the Board of Trustees. 

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GRADUATES. 



1871. 

Walter D. Jones . Dayton, Ohio. 

*Alvin H. Jenkins Richmond. 

I. Macy Good Wabash. 

C. R. Dixon Arao - 

R. G. Boone Frankfort. 

Dallas Sisson Cicero. 

Mary V. Ballenger (Barnard.) New Castle. , 

Louisa Wickersharn Lewisville. 

Lida Edwards Spiceland. 

1872. 

Lindlcv H. Johnson Dunreith. 

David H. Henley Spiceland. 

Jacob Hill Arba " , 

Henry W. Painter Spiceland. 

Robert P. Mitchell StlQ Jose > California. 

1873. 

Sadie D. Talbert (Wright.) Spiceland. 

Aaron K. Bell Rod Oak, Iowa. 

J. Tilman lluteh.ius Wabash. 

John Pennington Westfield. 

Marv Slubbs (Painter.) Spiceland. 

Nathan .Williams B^ge Farm, Illinois. 

S. Carrie Talbert (Newby.) Howard. Kansas. 

1874. 

Alice Carv Coffin (Russell.) Des Moines, Iowa. 

Elvira Spencer (Harold.) Carmel. 

J P Edwards... Haver ford College, Pa. 

William S. Mofflt Connersuille 

Edwin O. Ivennard Havcrford College, Pa. 

Nathan Rosenberger Hiorntown. 

W. E Jackson..... Knightstown. 

1). G. Mitchell Knightstown. 



1875. 

W. W. Gregg Lyniiville, Iowa. 

William C. Pidgeon Nettle Creek. 

Irvin Stanley Westtield. 

187G. 

Milton Roberts Arcadia. 

1878. 

S. Klla Bogue Spicelaud. 

M. l>clle Chambers New Castle. 

J. Pinckney Mitchell Spicelaud. 

Thomas Mitchell ; Spiceland. 

Flora Moore .. Lincohiville. 

John Reed Mt. Summit 

William S. Seaford Fairmount. 

Fannie P. Thornburg New Castle. 

1879. 

Jay A. Buck......' Dunreith. ; 

Carrie M. Goodwin , New Castle. 

Thomas Ncwlin. . ■. • .New London. 

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■Va * 



. Calendar for 1880-81. > • 

. ... ' cfca 

First term begins September Gth, 1880. u>.V. 

First term ends December 2-lth, 1880.-. 
Second term begins January 3d, 1881. 

Second term ends March 23d, 1.83.1,, 
Third term begins April '2d','1881. ' '" 

Third term ends June 22d, 1881. " 



CATALOGUE 

or rut 

OFFICERS AND STUDENTS 

SPICE LAND ACADEMY, 

SPICELAND; HENRY COUNTY', INI)., 

If OK THK 

ACADEMIC YEAR. 

1880-81. 




LIVE-STOCK WORLD PRINT. 
1*81. 



This School has been legally incorporated by the Society of Friends, and is under 
the care of the following 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES: 

JESSE GORDON, DR. J. 1MES ( '0( 'BRA. \ . 

SOL OMOjY M. ICY, J() FfJV .s I 'M 0. \ 'S, 

ELLS JUL JJ. RA TCLIFF, DR. G. J). BAILEY. 




CLABKSOX DAVIS, A. 31 Superintendent. 

LUDOTIC ESTES, A. 31., 

Teacher of Mental Science, Latin and Greek. 

TII03IAS IN 1<ZX%' IiIN. 

Graduate of the Academy, Teacher ot Natural Science. . 

WILLIAM r JT. I>OC5< « ETT, A. 15., 

Teacher of Elocution, English Literature ami general History. 

M. BELLE CIIAMIJEKS 

Graduate of the Academy, Principal of Intermediate Department. 

HAN S A II E • DAVI «, 

Principal of 15. Grammar School, and Teacher of Botany and U. S. History 

ELLA. WIEIAA31S, 

Principal of Primary Department. 

Q8CAH It. IJAKIOK, 

Teacher of Penmanship and B-«ok-Ueeping. 



The Mathematical Classes have bee. divided among the Instructor.. 



CATAIiOGUE OF STUDENTS. 



HIGH SCHOOL. 



RESIDENT GRADUATE. 
Names. Residence. 
William C. Pidgeon Nettle Creek. 

SENIOR CLASS. 

Oscar R. Baker Greens Fork. 

Corrio A. Bogue Spiceland. 

Minnie v.. Benedict Springport. 

Jesse A. Strattan Greensboro. 

Carrie M. Umhank ( Spiceland. 

SECOND YE.UL 

J. Newton Barnard Spiceland 

Arthur H. Baily Spiceland. 

Hattie E. Bogue Spiceland. 

R. Belle Brooksh ire New Castle. 

John Mc. A. Busbv Anderson. 

Flattie E. Dickinson Spiceland. 

Will B. Gordon Spiceland. 

E. H. H inshaw ( ! reensboro. 

Chris. B. Meckel New Lisbon. 

George Meckel New Lisbon. 

Charles Newlin New London. 

Charles New by Xenia. 

Logan Rogers Emporia, Kan. 

Florence Wright , Greensboro. 

FIRST YEAR. 

El wood Barn anl Eden. 

Rulus Byrkit Oartiss 

Mav Cotnpton Spieelaifd. 

Jeiniina ,1. Coate Pleasant nili, '■ 

Mollie B. Dunwoody I'eooli Ion. 

Lizzie C. Edwards Si>ieeland. 

Cynthia Fries Charlottesville. 

M. Ola Gordon Spiceland. 

Virginia A. Griffii Spiceland. 

Anna M. Hudelson Ogden. 

Kate F. Hernlv New Castle. 

Cora Kirk Qivi»n«horo. 

Luther Macv Spiceland . 

Fin ma Mellvaine Raleigh. 

Jennie Van N'uvs Lewisville. 

Charles Barker Carthage. 

William F. Rawlins ; Maple V alley. 

Benton Reeves Maple Valley. 



S PI OH LA ND A ( '. I t)KM V. 



Robert A. Roberts Charlottesville. 

Julia Stafford , '. 1 1 reensboro, 

Oliver Steele Ditnic-ith. 

Ella Stratton Greensboro. 

IRREGULAR. 

I ra Brothers Lewisville. 

Willie Cochran Spieeiand. 

Frank Cochran Spiei land. 

Alonzo Gardner Alba. 

John S. Gritlin Spn eland. 

Walter Gilbert (,» wi.sville, 

Franklin E. Hall Dublin. 

Arthur Henly Spice land. 

Chester Hudelson Ogden. 

J. N. Jones Rockland. 

John Me New Spneland. 

Luther Mcndeuhall New Caslle. 

Allen S. Newhy Spicel .nd. 

Worih Oshorn Eeouomv. 

Charles A. Phelps New Castle. 

Edgar N. Fleas Spiceland. 

Rvland Rath If". Marion. 

Charles L. Bailiff Spiceland. 

C. M. C. Shanks , Ponland. 

Lewis E. Stout New London. 

El wood Talbert Spiceland. 

Emily Weeks Media nic<burg. 

•Jouatha': C. William- Cadi/. 

Henry Yale New Castle. 

NORMAL CLASS. 

Oscar li. Baker Greens Fork 

Minnie E. Benedict Springpori, 

John Mc. A. Busby Anderson. 

.1. Newton Barnard Spiceland. 

Arthur II. Bailey Spiceland. 

Emma Brown Spiceland. 

Ruins Byrkit Cadiz. 

Fannie Benedict Spring port. 

Laura A. Benedict Springporf. 

Michael Butler Chariot tesville. 

Emma 0. Booe Connersville, 

Albert Ballenger Spiceland. 

Mattie Clevinger Muncie. 

Frank M. Champ Lew Lisbon. 

Mollie B. Dunwoody Pendleton. 

Cvnthia Fri"s CharloMsville. 

Oscar A. Fleming Honey Creek. 

Ola Gordon Spiceland. 

Alonzo Gardner Arba. 

Edgar M. Haas Cambridge Cilv. 

E. H. Hinshaw Greensboro. 

Kate Hernlv New Castle. 

Mary Hickman Springp u t. 

Susie Hamiltoi Maple Valley. 

J. N. Jones Rockland. 



SPICELAND ACADEMY. 



Alfred King 

Chris. B. Meckel 

George Meckel 

Nannie McDonald 

Emma Mcllvaine 

John McNew 

John H. Myers 

Almeda Osljorn 

Lena Overman 

William C. Pidgeon 

Ryland RatlifF 

Chester A. ltedick 

Etta RiJjjrwuy 

Robert A. Roberts 

Minnie Ratcliff. 

Oliver Steele 

F'rnnk Shively 

Will Shively.'. 

Silas W. Shawhan 

Mos-e.s T. Shideler 

Eva Seers 

Carrie M. Unthanl 

Lulu Uiithauk 



Olive J. Ainien.... 

J . C. A mbrose 

Olive C. Barnard... 
Marv lili.cMe.i-r.... 

Will ie Rut let- 

Jasper Barnard 

Richard Broadbent. 

Carl Barnard 

Orval Berry 

Mary L. Brawn 

Onn Bogue 

Michel Butler 

Herbert F. Daily... 

Rilla Binns 

Jennie Bouslog 

Anson Bo^UP 

Bovd B ind 

Inla Otiata Coffin... 
Oscar Chamness.... 

George Collins , 

Lemuel Copeland... 
Mattie Glevenger.... 
Frank M. Chump... 
Samuel P. Dennis.. 
Wallace K. Deem... 

Allen C. Dicks 

Charles Draper 

Hattie Elint 

John M. EatoTi 

James T. Kurd 



GRAMMAR SCHOOL. 

SECOND YEAR. 



Spiceland. 

New Lisbon. 

.......New Lisbon. 

Honey Creek. 

Raleigh. 

Spiceland. 

..Cambridge Citv. 

Plainfield. 

Maple Valley. 

Nettle Creek. 

Marion. 

Giant Citv. 

New Castle. 

....Charlottesville. 

Spiceland. 

Dunretth. 

Mt. Summit. 

Mt. Sum mitt. 

.. Cambridge City. 
..Can. 'iridic City. 

Spiceland. 

Spiceland. 

S' iceland. 



Pendleton. 

..Wnlnnl Lick. Kv. 

Manilla. 

Ruslivilie. 

Spiceland. 

Manilla. 

Spiceland. 

Spiceland. 

Spice la ml. 

Spic« land. 

Spieeland, 

Charlottesville. 



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dand. 



.Camp Cha.se. Ohio. 

Sulphur Springs. 

Spiceland. 

Greens Pork. 

West land. 

Spiceland. 

Spiceland. 

Spiceland. 

.M illicit*. 

New Lisbon. 

Spiceland. 

Spiei-land. 

Spieolitiid, 

A I'liiiL't'in. 

Spicelu ud . 

A rliiiwtnii. 

I* ishersbiirg. 



SPICELAND ACADEMY. 



.Girgs Station. | 



Abdel Ging 


... D 'I nrcith 


Elbert Griffin 




J. Mayo Griffin 


_ Greensboro. 1 


Eddie Hardin 


'3i'eensboro. j 


Horace Hardin 


Siiiculaiio. 


Otis D. Hollo way 


/...Wes.tland. 


Arthur Harold 


Wostland. 


Tillie E. Harold 


""".'"/..".....Spiceland. 


Isadore Hall 


Spiceland. 


, Alonzo Hodson 


Spiceland. 


Willie Hoover 


Dunreith. 


Logan Hinshaw 


^ ,....Noblc«ville. 


Emilia Jenkins 


Co'.'nersville. 


Joseph B. Jones ' 


Spiceland. 


Alfred Y. King 


77777... Ohio. 


| Elmer E Kirk 


SpiCeland. 


J Alfred Kitchen 


...Knightstown. 


I Albert Kirkham • • 


Cadiz. 


i| Willie Lamb 


Cadiz. 


|j Milton Lamb 


77771 1.7. Cadiz. 


!l Laura Lamb 


Hon**v Creek. 


| Nannie McDonald 


' ' m Spiceland. 


>| Ella Millikan 


Greensboro. 




Greensboro. 


' Eli Mills 


Kn'.L'ht.Stov. n. 


Abram L. Miller 


Rich mom! . 


1 Charles McGirr 


Spit-eland. 


| George C. Mendenhall 


"7" ".7"! 17 1.11 71 Raleigh . 


1 Carrie Mcllvaine 


Counersville. 


! Emory Motfitt 


Connersville. 


j Franklin Moliltt 


Cambridge City. 


Samuel E. Molts 


Spiceland. 


Luther G. Newbv 


New Castle. 


i Luther H. Newby 


Lewisvil'iP. 


Silas Nugen 


Plainfield. 


| Almeda Dsbon 


Sulphur Springs. 


Haddie Odom 


Spiceland. 


| Marv Pennington 


Spiceland. 


| Florence Porch 


Spiceland. 


Levi T. Pennington 


K nightstowu. 


' William Petr 


777 7.7'. 7717! Plainfield. 


| Albert Phelps 


Spiceland. 


j Orange Painier 


777777717 spu-und. 


j Amanda Pearson 


Greensboro. 


j Lizzie A. Reece 


777.77...... ^ h * ,n(1. 


Willie Bailiff 


Spiceland. 


j Charles F. Ratliff 


Spiceland. 


| Charts A. Reece 


Knightstown. 


| Will Rose 


" Charlotiesville. 


1 Fannie Roberts 


Spiceland. 


\ Minnie Ratcliff 


Spiceland. 


Charles Sears 


7 .... Wcsltield. 


Lena Stanford 


Spiceland. 


| Dora Shellv 


New Castle 


; Mattie Smith ■ 


7777777777 Miiiviiie 


! Charles A. Stafford 





8. 



SPICELA ND A CA DEM Y. 



Will 4 S. Talbert .^ww m ■ ■ t sr.:.~r. ".v.:. : Spieeland. 

EH L'n thank Spiceland. 

William P. White Rushville. 

Willie Wriiiht Knight Mown. 

William C. White Carthage. 

Oliver Walters Con tiers vi lie. 

FIRST YEAR. 

A una Bogue Spiceland. 

Mattie Brown Spiceland. 

Louvina Baily Spieeland. 

Elon Collins Spieeland. 

Minnie Cooper. .yi „ Fountain Citv. 

Carrie 1 )awson /.„."*.„ Spieeland. 

H nrtlcv Dickmsoi Spiceland. 

Herbert Gordon Spieeland. 

Dora Hall Spicdaud. 

Lizzie Hiatt Spiceland. 

Homer Hern I V New Castle. 

.Inn ins Hockett Spiceland. 

Cora L. Hosier ^ Greensboro. 

Lizzie Hammer Maple Valley. 

Ilatt ie Hudelson I 'nnreith . 

Nora Macv Lynnville, Iowa. 

Henrv Mcllvain Raleigh. 

Henrv Newhv Spicclanr' . 

Eli J. New by Spiceland. 

A lt'red Pel r rsoi Spiceland . 

Robert Pleas Spiceland. 

Harmon Ray I Spiceland. 

.John Rntiiff. Spiceland. 

Lorin Rat cliff. Spiceland. 

Harry Ratelill'. Spieeland. 

Addie Reeee Spieeland. 

Otis Stubhs Spiceland. 

Charles St ubbs Spieeland. 

Clyde Shanks Portland. 

Henrv T. Swope Middletown. 

INTERMEDIATE DEPARTM ENT. 

CLASS A. 

Willitird Allen. Hercless Garner. 

Albert Anderson. Suie Griffin. 

Ernest Anderson. Luther Hiatt. 

Clarence Beard. Flora Hodson. 

James E. Beckett. Horace Kissel. 

Pearl Berry. Mattie King. 

Josie Bogue. Whitticr Miles. 

Gertrude Charles. Mary Porch. 

Ola ChainnesH. Liblne Payne. 

Linnie Com p ton. Edwin I!ut<-s Ratcliff. 

Louie Cowgill, Daniel Roberts. 

Anna Cox. Ellis Svmons. 

Ella Culhertson. Anna Svmons. 

Luther Dawson. Itillie Tavlor. 



SPICELAND A CA D EM Y. 



■ 


Jennie >> lute. 


yj (.1 }J <A I i-J * ** 1 * 

A nii'i Va\ wards. 


Minnie \\ Line. 


^\ ii n<»- j — * - 1 ** »-■*"■*" 


CLASS B. 


Pliny Barnard. 


. Earl Pleas. 


Charles Brandy. 


John Pickett. 


John Brandy. 


Attic Ratcliff. 


Frank Bandy. 


Walter Rogers. 


Abner Butler. 


Minnie Swain. 


Thomas Butler. 


Estella Syinons. 


Louie Cowjrill. 


Emma Svmons. 


Clara Ell wards. 


Rebecca Unthank. 




Josie Unthank, 


Mary Ellis. 


Ed"ar Unthank. 


Harry Emminger. 
Earl Fawcett. 


Lucy Wilson. 


Gertrude Gordon. 


Lizzie Wilson. 




Rettie Wilson. 


Luella Gordon. 
Aldus Harold. 


Ada Hodson. 


Laura King. 


Vannora Lawrence. 




Anna Macv. 


Emerson Lines. 
Carrie Moore. 


/ *\ .—1.. > \l , ,, ini 

Diaries iuoore. 


IV.visie Newbv. 


Alberta Newbv. 




CLASS C. 


I Linnie Butler. 


Maggie Newell. 




Orrie Peer. 


| Albert Brown. 


Ollie Porch. 


j. Delia Brandon. 


Linnie Poer. 


S .losie Brown. 

.1 * 1 1 


Clint Poer. 


Macv Cowjrill. 
Elmer Deem. 


Rose Pickett. 


Estella Deem. 


Walter Rayl. 


Ernest Deem. 


Harlev Katiiff. 


Linnie Ellis. 


Alice'Rnberts. 




Alfred Svmons. 


Laura Filer. 
Ii Willie Foster. 


Mattie Wilson. 




Frank White. 


Lnoie c o\v let . 
| Emma Griffin. 


Henry Winslow. 


1 Alice Hiatt. 


Sadie Young. 


i Edith Hunt. 


Charles Young. 


, 1 nWra Matthews. 




PRIMARY DEPARTMEJN J 


i 


Anna A brains. 


j Lelia Anderson. 
1 Mitchell Abrams. 


Susie Abiams. 




Howard Buudy. 


j Jefferson A brains. 
1 Alice Broadbent. 


Clare Brown. 


Oscar Bogue. 


Freddie Bogue. 




Anna M. Benedict. 


j Jesse Bailey. 


Marv Chamness. 


: Charley Beard. 
Rufus Chainness 


Walter Culhertson. 


1 Frank Carmichael. 


(Jllie Coon. 




Em ma Charlton. 


| Macv CowjrilL 

! Ashiiry Charlton. 


Willard Crandal. 


j Nora Deem. 


John Elliott. 


! Linnie El lis 


Mary Fmmiuger. 




Wan-en Evans. 


j Julia Fmminjrer. 
1 A. Larue Faxuidge. 


William Fiers. 



10. 

7 



SPHCELA ND ACADEMY. 



Luther Fiers. 
Kenneth Faweett. 
Herbert Garwood. 
Mattie Gordon. 
Henry Hiatt. 
Alice Hiatt. 
Hettie Hunt. 
Graeie Johnson. 
Emory King. 
Walter Kirk. 
Guruey Lawrence. 
May Marks. 
Henry Macy. 
Ore Millikan. 
Frank Matthews. 
Earl Manlove. 
Freddie Newby. 
Ollie Newman. 
Maggie Newell. 
Anna Oakey. 
Charley Peters. 
Delbert Poer. 
Willie Etatdiff. 
Florence Kayle. 
Monta Spencer. 
Arthur Symons. 
Ada Symons. 
Mary Symons. 
Susie Scarbro. 
Alfred Symons. 
Jane Sohnon. 
Belle Trobridge 
Archie Trail. 
John Weaver. 
Alice Wilson. 
Gurney Winslow. 
Carrie Winslow. 
Florence Wilson. 
Florence Winslow. 
Freddie Tburmari . 
Samuel Masun. 



Cora Fowler. 
Henry Foster. 
Jennie Gordon. 
George H n 1 lev. 
Leon a Hiatt. 
Edith Hunt. 
Josie Johnson. 
Jane Jerdon. 
Bessie Kirk. 
Otis King. 
Mary Lawrence. 
John Marks. 
Graeie Macy. 
Freddie Matthews. 
Eva Macv. 
Pearl Maty. 
Otto Newhy. 
Alta Newman. 
Mary Oakey. 
John Peters. 
I Cora Pickett, 
Gertie Parrish. 
Frank Reed. 
Eddie Spencer. 
.) nlhi Spencer. 
Morris Symons. 
Walter Sears. 
Nannie Scarbro. 
Bertha Sheridan. 
Hiittie S«ars. 
Christena Solrnon. 
- Mary Thurman. 
Wanen Wilson. 
Patty Weaver. 
Ellen Winters. 
John Winslow. 
Ida Winslow. 
Charles Writcnberg. 
Samuel Abrams. 
Aevry Winters. 
Evra Copeland. 



Whitb.— Males ...42. 

" — Females 45. 

Colored. — Males 8. 

'• — Females 8. 

Wbole Xo. — Males. ...50. 

'• " — Females. .53. 



I 



COURSE OF STUDY. 

-SM 

Primary Department. 

Grade C. — Chart Lessons, First Header, Lessons in Language. 

Grade B.- First, and Second Headers. Spelling, Ural Lessons in Numbers and Lan- 
guage. 

Grade A. — Third Reader, Spelling, Hooker's Child's Book of Nature. Writing, Arith- 
metic. Geography, and Language. 

Intermediate Department. 

Reading, Writing, Spelling and Word Analysis, Arithmetic to Fractions, Geography 
and Language Lessons. 

Grrammar School. 

First Year. — Heading, Writing, Spelling, Word Analysis, Arithmetic to percentage, 
Geography to Europe, Fnglish Grammar to Syntax, and U. S. History to the American 
Revolution. 

Second Year. — Reading, Writing, Spelling, and Word Analysis; Arithmetic, Geog- 
rupliy, English Grammar, and LI. S. History ; Physiology , completed, and Composition ; 
Single Entry Book-keeping, optional. 

N. R. In this department Latin will be studied one term, by those who expect to 
take the Classical Course, or to prepare for College. 

High School. 

First Year — First term weeks) : Algebra, Latin Reader, Rhetoric, English Lit' 
crature. Natural Philosophy. Second term (12 weeks): Algebra, Roman History, 
Latin — Cicsar, General History. Third term (1-2 weeks): Algebra. Latin — Caesar. 
Zoology, General History. 

Second Year.— First term : Geometry, Latin— -Virgil Grecian History, Science of 
Government. Second term : Geometry, Latin— Virgil, English Literature, Chemis- 
try. Third term : Trigonometry, Latin — Cicero, Chemistry, Botany. 

Third Year. — First term : Latin— Cicero, Mental Science, Fnglish History. Survey- 
ing. Second term : Astronomy, bogie. Political Economy. Third term : Geology, 
Moral Science, Genera] Reviews. 

Remarks. 

The above course of study has been prepared with reference tj those students who 
do nol expect to pursue a College course, but who desire to acquire a knowledge of 
those branches which will lit them for active life. Special attention, however, is given 
to preparing students for College. 

Elocution and Fnglish Literature receive special attention : the latter consists of a 
brief history of the rise and growth ol the English language, the history of the lives of 
the leading authors, and a critical study of parts of their works. 

In the Latin ami Greek languages, thorough drill on the declension of nouns and the 
conjugation of verbs, is given, and also on the application of the rules of construction. 
The amount of work in these languages will be the same as that required bv the col- 
lege which students propose to enter. 

Classes will be formed in (he Greek, French and German languages, whenever a 
sufficient number shall desire to pursue those studies. 

Pcnnmnship, Reading and Composition will receive attention throughout the whole 
course of study. 

Credit will be given for substituted studies, and students who are preparing for col- 



SI'IWELA ND A (J A DEMY. 



lege will be allowed to graduate when they have done work equivalent to that required 
to complete the regular course. 

Special Departments. 

Advanced course in Chemistry : This includes Qualitative Analysis and practical 
work in the Laboratory. 

Civil Engineering. 

I This course includes Land Surveying, Leveling, ami the practical use of the Transit 
and the Level. 

Commercial Depa rtm ent. 

In this department instruction is given in Penmanship, tonus and uses of business 
papers, Single and Double Entry Book-keeping. 

Normal Department. 

Special attention will be given to the training of teachers. To this end the first 
etrbrts will be directed towards securing thorough and accurate knowledge of the sub- 
ject matter; then instruction will be given in methods of teaching, school organization, 
and the philosophy of education. For those attending in this department the Primary 
and Intermediate Schools afford an opportunity to learn, both by observation and prac- 
' tice, the best methods of teaching. 

Rates of* Tuition. 

/ If paid in advance. 

Primary Department — Grade C ■>■'> cents per week 30 cents 

Primary Department — Grade I! tU cents per week :!•"> cents 

Primary Department — Grade A 4"> cents per week 40 cents. 

Intermediate Department 00 cents per week 50 cents. 

Grammar School 7*> cents per week 70 cents. 

High School — first year So cents per week 80 cents. 

High School — Second and Tliird years SI 00 per week 00 cents. 

Normal Department Ro cents per week SO cents. 

Commercial Department SI 00 per week 

Hereafter special Keview Classes will be considered as belonging io the nigh School, 
and charged accordingly. 

No deduction will he made for absence after enrollment, except in cases of protrac- 
ted ill-health. 

In evens of sickness notice must, in all eases, be given of the withdiawal of the pu- 
pil, as no deduction will be made until this is done. 

Literary Soeiel ies. 

; There are three permanent Literary Societies connected with the school: — The Lu- 
j cernian, conducted by the ladies, and the ('resent and (ilisco Societies, by the gentle- 
men. Literary organizations are also sustained by the Intermediate ami Grammar 
School Students. Care is taken to make students acquainted with the rules governing 
parliamentary bodies. 

Lil >raries. 

There arc three Libraries in connection wit.Ii the school, which contain about two 
1 thousand volumes. Two of them belong to the Literary Societies, and the other to the 
Academy Association. Additions are made each year. 

Reading Room. 

A Heading Iloom lias recently been opened, to which all students have access. It is 
supplied .with the leading periodicals, and a number of valuable papers. Cyclopedias 
j and other valuable books of refeverice are free to all. New books are added each year. 

Lectures. 

Lectures are frequently given by the teachers, and opportunities are also afforded 
| for hearing distinguished lecturers from abroad. 

j Apparatus and Cabinet. 

! The Academy is supplied with sufficient apparatus to be a valuable aid in studying 



13. 



j the Natural Sciences ; also a Geological Cabinet containing many valuable specimens. ' 
I During the past year the latter has been enlarged by the addition of a valuable collec- 
j tion of over twelve hundred specimens, purchased and presented to the Academy by 
I its alumni. 

Hoarding. 

The cost, of boarding and lodging, the past year has been about §2.75 per week, 
j li'ioms can be rented by those who ivish to boned themselves, and the cost reduced to j 
| less than SI .To per week. A boarding house is connected with the Academy, a! 
j which rooms ami club-board are furnished. 

Location. 

The school is in the village of Sim-eland. Ilemy county, Indiana. Dunreith, two 
and a half miles distant, on the Pittsburgh, Cincinnati and St. Louis H. W., is the 
j nearest railway station. A hack meets the trains three times each day at Dunreith, 
and once at New Castle. 

Greneral Items. 

The government of the school is based upon the idea that manhood is more than 
I scholarship, and that self-respect and self-control, on the pait of (lie student, arc sra- 
j portant tactors in the formation of character. Greater stress is laid upon thorough- 
ness of instruction and accuracy of knowledge, than upon rapidity of advancement. 
| In Arithmetic. Grammar. Geography, Algebra and Latin there are from tnrce to t 
five classes each, so that students can enter school at any lime and be classed accord- j 
I ing to their advancement. | 
! For many years the health of the students has been uniformly good. "'her. . ; proba- I 
| bly no healthier locality in the State. 

The Friends and Methodists both hold religious services on the Sabbat!'., as : each 
I maintains a Sabbath school. The Voting Men's Christian Association holds a meeting 
j for worship one evening each week. 

A sufficient number of teachers is constantly employed, so that lar^e classes may be 
avoided, and students may receive personal attention during each recitation. 
Expenses arc as low as at any oilier school affording equal advantages. 
The managers id' the school arc very careful to make this an institution in which 
j students who are away from home and its restraints, will be surrounded by good, 
moral influences, and in this they have the co-operation of the citizens of the village. 
Students are required to keep study hours during the evening. 
There are no beer, liquor, or billiard saloons in the village. 
I The High School building has recently been enlarged, and much better accummoda- 
| tions are furnished than formerly 

No student whose influence is known to have a corrupting tendency, will be retain- 
ed in the school. 

Diploma. 

j Stude! Is, whose eorduet is exemplary, and who complete the course of study, will 
hi furnished with a Diploma, signed by the Instructors and the President of the 
Board of Trustees. 



1870. 

Eli U. Cook Muscatine, Iowa. 

JohD J. Stubbs Omaha, Nebraska. 

187 L. 

Walter D. Jones Dayton. Ohio. 

*Alvin II. Jenkins 

I. Macy Good Wabash. 

C. R. Dixon A mo, 

R. G. Boone Frankfort. 

Dallas Sisson Cicero. 

Mary V. Ballenger (Barnard.) New Castie. 

Louisa Wickersham Lewisvillp. 

Lid a Kd wards j. Sin eel and. 

1872. 

Lindley H. Johnson Dunreith. 

David II. Henley Spieeland. 

Jacob Hill Arba. 

Henry W. Painter Wabash. 

Robert P. Mitchell San Jose, California. 

187:3. 

Sadie D. Talbert (Wiijh'.) Spieeland. 

Aaron B. Bell Red Oak, Iowa. 

J. Tilir.an Hutcliius Wabash. 

Jot. u Pennington West field. 

Mary Stubbs (Painter.) Spieeland. 

Nathan Williams Ridge Farm, Illinois. 

S. Carrie Talbert (Ne»b\.J Howard Kansas. 

1 874. 

Alice Carv Coffin (Ru.v-e 1.) Des Moines, Iowa. 

Elvira Spencer (Hand!.) Carmel. 

J. P. Edwards Blooniiiisrclale. 

William S. Moffit Connersville. 

Fdwin 0. Ken mini Havert'ord College, Pa. 

Nathan Rosenberger Pleasant Plain. Iowa. 

W. B, Jackson Knightxtown. 

D. G. Mitchell San Jose, Cal. 

1 8? •">. 

W. W. Gregg Lynnville. Iowa. 

William C. Pidgeoi Nettle Creek. 

Irvin Stanley West field. 

1870. 

Milton Huberts Spartanburg. 

J 878. 

S. Ella Bogue Spieeland. 

M. Belle Chambers N''W Castle. 



Sl'f< 7.7. . I XI) ACAD EM ) '. 1 



J. Pincknev Mitchell Spieeland. 

Thomas Mitchell Spieeland. 

Flora Moon* Lincolnville. 

John Heed At. Summit. 

William S. Seaford Fairmount. 

Fauni,- P. Thornliorg (Parsons.) Chicago, Til. 

1 879. 

Jay A. Buck Dunreith. 

Carrie M. Goodwi" New Castle. 

'Thomas Newlii Spieeland. 

1 8H0. 

J. Edgar Chuid Spieeland. 

William N. Lamb Amboy. 

Maitie Lanib Amboy. 

Ada Grace Murphey New Castle. 

Emma Belle Roberts Wem field. 

Ida May Roberts Westfieid. 

Frank Simons Spieeland. 

Lamira Trueblood Salem. 

* Deceased. 



utmmn ege iasi-8.2. 



Fall term begins September 5th, 1881. 

Full term closes December 23rd, 1881. 
Winter term begins January 2nd, 1882. 

Winter term closes March 24th. 1882. 
Spring term begins April 3rd, 1882. 

Spring term closes June 23rd, 1882. 



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courier company, printers. 

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BOAI^D OP ©I^USTBBS. 



This School has been legally 
ends, and is under the care of th 

JESSE GORDON, 
SOLOMON MACY, 
ELISIIA B. RATCLIFF, 



incorporated by the Society of 
e following Board of Trustees: 

DR. G. D. BAILY, 
HENRY W. PAINTER, 
MATTIE A. WHITE. 



iNSnJ^UGJPO^S. 



CLARKSON DAVIS, A. M., 
Superintendent. 

LUDOVIC ESTES, A. M., 
Teacher of Menial science, Latin and Greek. 

THOMAS NEW LIN, 
Graduate of the Academy, Teacher ol Natural science. 

MAGGIE E. NEWSOM, A. B.. 

Teacher of English Literature and General History. 



HANNAH E. DAVIS, 

Principal of First Year Grammar School, and Teacher Of Botany and U.S. Wry. 

ELLA BOGUE, 

Graduate of the Academy, Teacher second Yea,- Intermediate Department/ 

I 

EUNICE HENLEY. 
Teacher ot First Year Intermediate Department. 



ELLA WILLIAMS, 

Teacher of Primary Department. 



The Mathematical Classes have been divided among the instructors. 



Pupils. 



J?igh School. 



SENIORS. 



Najie. 
Arthur H. Bailv. 



RESIDEN'CE. 



J. Newton Barnard Spiceland. 
Harriett Bosnic Spiceland. 



S 



piceland 



Hattie E. Dickinson ^ 
Charles Nevvlin bpicdaud. 
I. Vinton Bushy i ? cv f London. 

J ' Anderson. 



SECOND YEAR. 



Emma L. Brown 

Mollie B. Dunwoody Sp.celand. 
Franklin Hall 
Arthur 1 [enley. . 
Anna May I fitdels 
George Meckel 
C. B. Meckel 
Allen Newhv 
Ryland Ratliff 
Philip Shivelv 
Julia Stafford 



Lewis Estes Stout r T " 

Ella Strattan '.'.'.'.'.'".'.'.*. 

Emily Weeks 



enuleton. 
. Lewis\ ille. 
. Spiceland. 
Ogden. 
New Lisbon. 
New Lisbon. 
Spiceland. 
Marion. 
Ml. Summit. 
Greensboro. 

w London. 
( / reensl ioro. 
Mechanicshur 1 



Alhert Ballenger 
Frank Cochran 
Iola Onata Collin 
Samuel I'. Dennis 
Li/zie C. Edwards 
M. Ola ( lord, ,,i 
John S. (JiifJin 
Virginia Gri 
Arthur IIar< 



FIRST YEAR. 



piceland 




Spiceland. 
West-land. 
Dalton. 
Spiceland. 



SPICELAND ACADEMY, 



Name. Residence. 

Tillie Harold Westland. 

Alonzo Ilodson Spiceland. 

Emma L. Ilollowav Spiceland. 

Otis D. Ilollowav . Spiceland. 

Wm. Julian Spiceland. 

Elmer E. Kirk Flushing, Ohio. 

Cora Kirk Greensboro. 

John L. Koons New Castle. 

Ella Lamb Lewisville. 

William Lamb Cadiz. 

Luther Macy Spiceland. 

John McNew Knightstown. 

Edgar N. Pleas Dunreith.' 

Charles A. Reece '. . .Greensboro. ' 

Paulina Shawhan Cambridge City. 

E. E. Talbcrt Spiceland. 

Jennie B. Van Nuys Lewisville. 



Formal Department. 

David Bowel) • Greensboro. 

R. Belle Brookshire New Castle. 

Emma Bvers Knightstown. 

William I'. Bvrket Maple Valley. 

Wilbur Cox New Lisbon". 

John Eaton Arlington. 

Oscar Fleming Honey Creek. 

W. B. G ordon Spiceland. 

Elbert S. Griffin Dunreith. 

Edgar Haas Germantown. 

Marshall I little Willow Branch. 

Alfred Y. King Spiceland. 

Abraham Miller Knightstoyvit 

John A. Miller Dublin. 

Frank Millikan Spiceland. 

Joseph Neese Mechanicsburg. 

El tic Odom Sulphur Springs 

William Petro Kokomo. 

Wcnlock Reynolds Nettle Creek. 

Ettie Ridgeway New Castle. 

Lizzie Ridgeway New Castle. 

E\ a Sears Spiceland. 

Ratie C. Sheridan Indianapolis. 

Moses Shideler. . Cambridge City. 

Bcnj. Shields Marion. 

Z. IS. Stuart Cadiz. 



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Name. " 
Anna Svmons "ksiuence. 
Lulu Unthank Lewisville. 
Lc Grand Wood Spiceland. 
Henry Yale Millville. 

Newcastle. 



<3e>ammaf> School-. 



SECOND YEAR. 

Samuel Allen . . „„.„ 
Herbert F. Baily Millville. 

Winnie L. Baily Spiceland. 

Carl Barnard Spiceland. 

Orval Berry. . Spiceland. 

Susie Binford Spiceland. 

Anna Bogue Lewisville. 
Anson Boo-uc ' Spiceland. 

Ona Bogue Spiceland. 

Clara Bond Spiceland. 

Willie Bond Carmcl. 
Richard Broadbent Carmcl. 

Mary L. Brown bpiceland. 
Mattic E. Brown Spiceland. 

Frank Bufkin Spiceland. 

Thomas Butler Spiceland. 
Oscar Chamness Spiceland. 
Mattic Clements. ^-'eland. 

*George Colli„s Williamsburg. 

Minnie Cooper Spiceland. 
Lemuel Copeland Spiceland. 

Wallace Deem Spiceland. 

Mattic Eaton Spiceland. 

Phebe Elliott Arlington. 
Libert S. Griffin Greensboro. 

Aldon Hall Dunreith. 
Isadore Hall Spiceland. 
Horace Harden Spiceland. 
Lphraim G. llarrold Greensboro. 

Lama Ifodson Uacklemar*. 
ilattieHudelsoii bpiceland. 

Abbie Kearns.. Dunreith 
*Henry M. Kirk.." 

Chas. McGirr Flushing, Olno. 

Carrie Mcllvaine Richmond. 

Henry Mcllvaine. ... p C, -, h - 
Kakwh. 



SPICELAND ACADEMY. 



Name. 

Geo. C. Mendenhall. 

Addie Manlove 

Ella Millikan 

Frank Millikan 

J as. F. Moore 

Clarkson Nelson. . . . 
Lmdley Newby .... 

Lizzie Nixon 

Oliver Nixon 

Joseph Outland 

Flora Payne 

Levi T. Bennington. 
Mary Bennington . . . 

Murat Boer 

Florence I 'orcii .... 
Ilcn.y 11. Ratcliff. . 
Lorin T. Katcliff . . . 
Minnie E. Ratcliff . 

Chas. F. Ratliff 

Ruth Ratlin' 

Win, Ratliff 

Addie Recce 

Lizzie A, Recce . . . . 

Fanny Roberts 

Florence Scovell . . . 

Chas. VV. Sears 

Wm. II. Shaffer 

Edwin Sims 

Ella Smith 

Mattic Smith 

Chas. Stafford ,. 

Horace Stafford 
Willie Talbert ... . 
Franklin M. Thomas 

Eli Unthank 

Oliver Walter 

Joe Webb 

[sadore Whitelcy . . . 
Denny Winslow . . . . 
Willie Wriffht 



RESIDENCE. 

Spiceland. 

Spiceland. 

Spiceland. 

Spiceland. 

New Salem. 

M uncie. 

Westhmd. 

Spiceland. 

Spiceland. 

Westhmd. 

Spiceland. 

Spiceland. 

Spiceland. 

Brownsbu rg. 

Spiceland. 

Spiceland. 
. Spiceland. 

Spiceland. 

Spiceland. 
. Friend-wood. 
. Spiceland. 
. Greensboro. 

Greensboro. 
.Charlottsville. 
. K nightstown. 
. Spiceland. 
. New Lisbon. 
. Martinsville. 
. New Castle. 
. New Castle. 
.Millville. 
.Millville. 

Spiceland. 
.Arba. 
. Marion. 

Connersyille. 
. Spiceland. 
. Greentown. 
. Fairmou-nt. 

Spiceland. 



FIRST YEAR. 

Olive Aiman. John Brandy. 

Josie Bogue. Pliny Barnard. 

Pearl Berry. Elzie Butler. 

Rhoda Ballcnger. Spencer Bufkin. 

Clarence Beard. Cynthia Carr. 

Charles Brandy. Ella Culbertson. 



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SPICELAND ACADEMY. 



Name. 


Name. 


Gertie Charles. 


Jessie Payne. 


Willie Clements. 


*Libbie Payne. 


Ola Chamness. 


Alfred Peterson. 


Ollie CoHin. 


Robbie Pleas. 


Elon Collins. 


Earl Pleas. 


Linnie Co in p ton. 


Edwin Hates RatclifF. 


Carrie Dawson. 


John Ratllfl*. 


J Iurllev Dickinson. 


1 larnion Rayte. 


Anna Edwards. 


Hannibal Sims. 


Clara Edwards. 


Ellis Symons. 


Eddie Evans. 


Charles Stubbs. 


Harry Emminger. 


Otis Stubbs. 


Joseph J. Elliott. 


Luther Shivcly. 


Suie Griffin. 


Bonnie Strattan. 


Gertie Gordon. 


Anna Symons. 


Ilercless Garner. 


Emma Svmons. 


1 Icrhert (Gordon. 


RiMa Taylor. 


Flora 1 1 eacock. 


Rebecca Unthank. 


Flora I Iodson. 


Josie Unthank. 


Lizzie Hi a I t. 1 


Harry Unthank. 


Charles Newby. 


Luc) Wilson. 


Eli J. Newby. 


Bertha Wood. 


Henry Ncwby. 


Victoria Wilson. 


Marianna Porch. 






Intermediate I^oom. 




SFCOMD YFAR 


Delia Brandon. 


Charlie Griffin. 


Albert Brown. 


Caleb Hall. 


Clara Brown. 


Adda I Iodson. 


"*Joe Brown. 


Alice Hiatt. 


Jesse Bailv. 


Edith Hunt. 


Linnie Butler. 


Laura King. 


Frank Bundy. 


Ida Leamon. 


Ernest Deem. 


Freeman Lamb. 


Elmer Deem. 


Vanuora Lawrence. 


Estella Deem. 


Clara Matthews. 


Luther Dawson. 


Anna Macv. 


Earl FaWCelt. 


Essie Newl>y. 


Willie Foster. 


Bertie Newby. 


1 .ulu Gordon. 


Freddie Newby. 


Emma Griffin. 


Lulu Nixon. 



Sl'ICKI.ANO ACADKM \ r 



Name. 
Rose Pickett, 
John Pickett, 
Ollie Porch. 
Ore Poer, 
Atta RatclitL 
Hurley Ratlin", 
Walter Rayle, 
Frank Reed, 
Minnie Swain, 
Julia Smith, 
Everett Stubbs, 



Name. 

Estella Symons, 
Emma Symons, 
Nettie Torrence. 
Eva Unthank. 
Lizzie Wilson, 
Mattie Wilson, 
Henry Window, 
Anna Winslow, 
Sarah Young, 
Eunice Yanzant. 



FIRST YEAR. 



Anna Abrams, 
Fi eddie Bogue. 
Howard Bundy, 
Walter Culhertson, 
K it l"u s Chamness, 
Nora Deem. 
Dolly Eastridge, 
John Elliott, 
Julia Emminger, 
Warren Evans, 
Kenneth Fawcctt, 
Herbert Garwood, 
Jennie Gordon, 
Charley Green, 
Cora Hartley. 
Leona Hiatt, 
Mary Lawrence, 
Lizzie Levell, 
Freddie Matthews, 
Frank Matthews, 
Pearl Macv, 



Bonnie Manlove, 
Maggie Newell, 
Johnn\ Peters, 
Josie Pearson., 
Alice Pickett, 
Cora Pickett, 
Clint Poer, 
Willie Ratcliff, 
Florence Rayle, 
Ottie Symons, 
Morris Symons, 
Addie Symons, 
Mary Symons, 
Eddie Spencer, 
Monta Spencer, 
Walter Sears, 
Mary Thurman, 
Florence Wilson, 
Alice Wilson, 
Warren Wilson, 
Ella Winters. 



John Ackey, 
Eddie Ackey, 
Mitch Abrams, 
Jell' Abrams, 
Oscar Boguc, 
Charlie Beard. 
Sammie Bui kin, 
Alice Broadbent, 



Department. 

Ciint Bundy, 
Mary Chamness, 
Wiliard Crandall, 
Irvin Dickinson, 
Mary Emminger, 
Sally Ellington, 
Dora Ellington, 
Willie Fiers. 



'° SPICELAND ACADEMY. 



Nam is. 


Name 


-L.uuic'1 I* iers, 


H. O 1*1 A T 1 _ . „ » 


Henry Foster, 

I,l . r? 


i A»i-iniove, 


Ida r ranees, 
Gertie Frances. 


j-anci ivLciiiiove, 
Evi M-iPw 




v ti ivj.*icy. 

P IIM llU \ T '1 ir 


^laia (jiiihn. 


ti 1 1 ii v it y 

/\ 11 (Ttii \f 


-^ee Lrodrrey, 
\,\r; i 1 : . /i I, 


-t-m^ic *um tin, 


William Godfrey 
"\ r i * 


w tinace Aewby, 

A ii n 'i M il 


JUittie Gordon, 


JVTarv ( V'i I-^ir 


■Milton Green. 


tt! j w*iK.ey, 
Olen Pivn,. 


''inuo Green, 

a ,.];,, t r i 


i 1 1 i «i \ iie, 

Drllir-rf !>,„,.■ 


J\] lie riooci, 
\A7 ; n ; a ii 


j-**- i i oei . 

G 1 1 :i i'I < * \/ I n-*. 


w line Harris, 

\ X 7 «' 1 1 '. ii i • i 


\Y ^ ecei s, 

( 1 1 * I" ( 1 1 > I * . 1 1 • i-I . 1 . 


Willie Ilednck 
1,1., I r n 


v-# i lie l ;m i isn, 

Is.'I'tC P'tf <> 


i cia Hollo way 

,\ ,( 1, ,, .. IT ii " 


1 i (ite. 

j\ 1 1 I) '1 f-? 1 ( n . . 1- 


.'V.1 mm liollovvav 
T Ii-.. M: i 


- IV 1 1 no 1 * 

( ) S(*'l 1" S'l nwui 


u i a uinshii w, 


n\ i nons, 

IvOi )l>ip *S lrii"* /%m . 


Jane fere Ion, 

\ 17" „ | i ,. I - • , 


i no ITS. 
Heri li t mu.ri,i,. 


v\ altei Kirk, 
f j , , . . : i ' • i 


1 1 i*i n tie i id. ui 


nessie Kirk, 
Emma Kino- 


* * «' niv. i. > I , | 1 S 

I 1 1 1 1 ; l Simui,.,-... 


/T i ; .. t- • ' i 


j opencer, 

v 1*1 n ** t"f*n *i < \ 1 . i-v ,„ ... 


"IIS Kll]<r, 1 


i o 1 1_ 1 1 , ( ooi liion 

I : i j l / » S < > I m < i 1 1 


Lincoln Ki'/er 

Olli/. k' . ' 




wine Koon, 

T , . • i i < f ■ i i 


i^eJJe I rn w 1 1 ri/l 


joaito Landamood, 


Freddie Tlinrman 


Gurnt'v Lawrence, 


■ vMuit i ii ii 1 1 j j £tn 

.-\ v i * p \* W!,,,.,,, 


Minnie Lawrence, 

• \ V f 1 1 i i i* I ...... 


* *■ * . ' * * inters. 
( rtirnev Win sin w 


mill l.eaman. 


Ida \Vinslovv, 


Mary Leaman, 




Ora Millikan, 


John Wmslow, 
Odoskaline Winslow. 


* Deceased. 





Summary. 



High School.— Seniors 

Second Year, 

First Year,..;;;;;;;;;;;; ; h 

~ Total, 

Grammar School.— Second Year ^ 
First Year, . <? 
T Total, .. ^ 9 

Intermediate Dei'artmknt. — Second "Year, 

First Year . . 

Primary Department 
Normal Dki'art'ment, '. . . . ' . 

Number counted twice. ' 
m hole Number Enrolled, 2 



SPIGBLAND flGADBMY. 



Course of Study. 



PRIMARY DEPARTMENT. 
Grade C. — Chart Lessons, Klrst Reader, Lessons in Language. 

Gkade 1!.— Vtrst and Second Readers, Spelling, oral Lessons in Numbers and Language. 
Git ape A. — Third Header, Spelling, Honker's child's Hook of Nature. Writing, Arithmetic, 
Geography, and Language. 

INTERMEDIATE DEPARTMENT. 
Reading, Writing, Spelling and Word Analysis; Arithmetic to ['Tactions, Geography, and 
Language Lessons. 

GRAMMAR SCHOOL. 

Fihst Year. —Reading, Willing, Spelling, Word Analysis; Arithmetleto Percentage, Geog- 
raphy to Kurope, lCngl Ish (iruininiir to sj ntux, and I', s. Ilistorj to the Amerlcaji Uevolutlon. 

SEei'Mi Ykau.— Reading, Writing, Spellliig, and Wind Aimlysl.s; Arithmetic, Geography, 
English Grammar, and I . S. Ilisiorj ; I liyalologj coiuplcted, and Composition : Single Entry 
RooU-keeplng, optional. 



KJRST TIC KM. 
Algebra. 
Latin header. 
Natural I'lltlOi-Ophy. 



FIRST TERM. 

(ieomct ry, 

Ca'sar, or IOngllsh History, 
Rhetoric and Lug. Lit. 



FIRST TERM. 

Mental science, 
Virgil or German, 
Modern History. 



HIGH SCHOOL. 

SKCONP TE'RM". 
Algebra, 

Lain. Reader, 
General History. 

SecoixcL "STcci-r. 
SKCOM) TERM. 

Gcomel rj , 

Cicero or Kng. Llterture, 
Chemist ry. 

SECOND TERM. 
Astronoinj , 
Political Keonomy, 
(ireclan History or German. 



THIRD TERM. 

Algebra, 
Ciesar, 

General History. 



•I lltlili TERM. 

Trig, and surveying, 
virgll or Chemistry, 

Zoology. 



THIRD TERM. 

Ilotany, [Science, 
r. s. constitution and Mora! 
Geology. 



REMARKS. 

The above cours e of study has been prepared with reference to those students who do not 
expect to pursue a college course, but who desire to acquire a knowledge of those branches 
which will fit them for active lite. Special attention, however, Is given to preparing students 
for college. 

Elocution and English Literature receive special attention; the latter consists of a briei 
history of the rise and gro« t Ii of Me. Kngllsh language, t lie history of the lives of the leading 
authors, and a critical study of parts ol their works. 

In the Latin and G reek languages, 'i 1101:011. n dkii.i. on I he declension Of nouns and the 
conjugation of verbs, Is given, and also on the appllcal Ion of the rules of const met ion. The 
amount, of work In these languages u III he 1 lie same as 1 hat required by the college v llleh 
kI udoiits propose to enter. 

Classes will he formed in I he , Greek and Krewh languages u bene ver a sufficient number 
shall desire to pursue those Kindles. 

Penmanship, lieadlng'and com posit Ion will receive at tent ion tliroughout the whole cours/- 
of si udy. 



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SPICELAND ACADEMY, 



the regular course "'^ lmvc <10no work ^lulvalent to that required to complete 

Special Departments. 

ADVANCED CHEMISTRY 

HUscourse 1« S QuaUtatlve Analyst arul pract.cal w0 ' lk „, the Laboratory. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 
nils course Includes Land Surveying, Lcvollii- ami n„. r... « , 
the Level. u ' " - 11,1(1 «H> Practical use f the Transit and 

COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT 

S . n S^S5S:;f Cll,,l "" Sl ^ ^sandusesot ^ papers,. 

NORMAL DEPARTMENT. 

special attention will be "iven tntiiMnii,!,,,, „#. 
win be directed towards sccuri^ , i " ' "' S ' To thls ena the n ^ efforts 
then mstruetiou win be gi" 1, TZ^^ ^^^ ° f tllC ' s, " ,Ject 
philosophy or education. F, • ' , "*« organisation, and the 

aiate schools .lord an op,,, una ' lo * „ ' ^ t?SSt£ ^7 T ***"»■ 
methods of teaching. * ltl0 ' 1 and Practice, the best 

Rates of Tuition. 

I*IHMAHV DEPARTMENT (iradC (' -j- I' paid in advance. 

Pkihaky Department— (trade 1! S cont . s P (!1 ' W(3ek -'if) cents 

I'kisiaky Department— Grade A ' " LU1 »« per week 35 eents 

Intermediate Department... . ■■ cents per week 40 cents 

Grammar HciiooL. , «J cents per week 50 cents 

H1011 Scnooi.^-First Year <;> cents per week ;~ ( ^ 

Hhsh ScwiooL-second and Third Years'.*.*.'. «, ''V!' week 80 cents 

NORMAL DEPARTMENT... fl P ei u 1 Ck 0(1 cents 

Commercial Department. . . .*.'."." .".V.* ^ $ f^** f e f weeI ' So cents. 

Hereafter special Review Classes will be considered asbeiongln-'io'the ii'irtV ^^""^ 
charged accordingly. "fe"^ mint High School, and 

No deduction will be made tor absence arte" unmumeni r>v 

health, m even! of sickness notice mist . ,1 ' 1 " m " r P rot ™cted lll- 
Pll, as no deduction will * SSIT^ 1 '- 1 ' 01 l "" the pu- 

Literary Societies. 

There are three permanent Literary societies connected wit I, the school • ti.p i , „ , 
conducted by the ladles, and the Crcscenl and (ilisco SocleUes h v . ° ',, Lu ? rnlttn ' 
organizations are also sustained bj the Inu-nnrd ",tc i . „ ', J gentlemen. Literary 

■** -—a *» irssrsr^ ciue ,h 

Libraries. 

There are three Libraries In connection with the school, which contain .bout ru n t, „ , 
volumes. Two of them belong to the Literary Societies , ,n . ,, , , , Hrousand 

elation. Additions are made each year ' " ° thel t0 the Academ >* A! *o- 

Reading Room. 

^sresitir: xs s ssr 8tu,,ra T — u — 

— ««*• - ••<•-"•••<• - to r u Kew rss i ySr ,,,iH ,uui ° t,,,r 

Lectures. 

JSS^S,!^ * opportunities a,, also tmorded for 



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Apparatus and Cabinet. 

The Academy is supplied with sutllclcnt apparatus to be a valuable aid lh studying the 
Natural sciences- also a Geological Cabinet containing many valuable specimens, which lias 
been enlarged by the addition of a valuable collection of over twelve hundred specimens, 
purchased and presented to the Academj by Its Alumni. 

Boarding. 

The cost of boarding and lodging the past year has been about S3.00 per week. Rooms 
can be rented by those who wish to board themselves, and the cost reduced to less than fl.75 
per week. A club has been In successful operation, and the entire cost Of board, room-rent . 
light and fuel, was reduced to $2.10 per week. 

Location. 

The School is in the village or Spiceland, which Is situated on the Fort Wayne, Cincinnati 
<t Louisville Railroad, and two a half miles north of Dunreith, on the Pittsburgh, Cincinnati 
& St. Louis Kallroad. 

General Items. 

The government of the school is bused upon the Idea that manhood Is more than scholar- 
ship and thai self-respect and self-control, nn Mir pan of the student, are important factors 
in the formation Of character, meat. a- stress is laid upon thoroughness of Instruction and 
accuracy or knowledge than upon rapidity or advancement. ( . 

In Arithmetic, Grammar, Geography, Algebra and Latin there are from three to live 
classes each, so thai students can enter school at any 1 line and be classed according to their 
advancement. 

For many years the health of the students' Has been uniformly good. There lsprobably no 
healthier locality in the stale. 

The Friends and Methodists both hold religious sen-ices on the sabbath, and each main- 
tains a Sabbath school. The Young Men's christian Association holds a meeting for worship 
one evening each week. 

A sunicient number of teachers is constantly employed, so that large classes may be 
avoided, and students may receive personal attention during each recitation. 

Expenses arc as low as at any other school affording equal advantages. 

The managers of the school are very careful to make l his an Institution In which students, 
who are away inim home and Its restraints, will be surrounded by good, moral influences, 
and In this they have the co-operation of the citizens of the village. 

Students are required to keep study hours during the evening. 

There are no beer, liquor, or billiard saloons In the village. 

No student whose Inilnonco Is know 11 to have a corrupting tendency, will be retained It. 
the school. 

Diploma. 

Students, whose conduct is exemplary, and who complete the course of study, will be 
furnished with a Diploma, signed by the Inst ructors and the president of the Hoard of Trustees. 



Name. * iSfo. 

Eli U. Cook Residence. 
John J. Stubbs! Muscatine, Iowa. 

Omaha, Nebraska. 

Walter D.Jones.." lS;i - 

*Alvin H.Jenkins Dayton, Ohio. 

I. Macv Good 

C. R. Dixon Wabash. 

H. G. Boone Lynnville, Iowa. 

Dallas Sisson Frankfort. 

Mary V. Ballenger (Barnard) Cjccvo 
Louisa Wickersltam * J* uw Castk '- 

Lida Edwards. ... ' Lewisville. 

' ' ' Spiccland. 

Lindloy II. Johnson l8 ' 3 " 

David II. Henley Dunreith. 

Jacob Hill " Spiccland. 

Henry YV. Painter Al ' ba " 
Robert G. Mitchell Spiceland. 

San Jose, California. 

Sadie D. Talbert (Wright) lS73 ' 

Aaron B.Bell 65 ' Greensboro. 

J.Tilman HutchiAs 5 r od 0ak > Iow a. 

John Pennington Wabash. 

Mary Stubbs (Painter) Westfield. 

Nathan Williams ... Spiceland. 

S. Carrie Talbert (Newbv) Ridge Farm, Illinois. 

v 31 Xcrre Haute. 

Alice Cary Collin (Russell) * H ' n 
Elvira Spencer (Harold) iA'caltir, Illinois. 

J- P- Edwards ... . Carmel. 
VVillinm S. Mollit . Moomingdale. 
Edwin O. Kennarci Creensboro. 
Nathan Rosenbeiger I'ldianapolis. 

W. E. Jackson. . Fairfield, Iowa. 

D. G. Mitchell Knightstown. 

San Jose, California. 

• - What Cheer, Iowa. 



W. W. Gre-- lS 75- 



Sl'lCEI.AN'D ACADEMY 



Name. Residence. 

William C. Pidgeon Nettle Creek. 

Irvin Stanley Carmel. 

1876. 

Milton Roberts Spartansburg. 

1S7S. 

S. Ella Bogue Spiceland. 

M. Bell Chambers (Estes) Spiceland. 

J. Pinkney Mitchell Spiceland. 

Thomas Mitchell Spiceland. 

Flora Moore . Lincolnville, 

John O. Reed i-Mt. Summit. 

William S. Seaford Springport. 

Fannie P. Thornburgh (Parsons) Chicago, Illinois. 

1879. 

Jay A. Buck Dunreith. 

Carrie M. Goodwin ... New Castle. 

Thomas Newlin Spiceland. 

1SS0. 

J. Edgar Cloud Spiceland. 

William X. Lamb Amboy. 

Manic Lamb 1 . . St. Helena, Californ 5 

Ada Grace Murphey New Castle. 

Emma Belle Roberts Westfield. 

Ida May Roberts Westfield. 

Frank Simons Fairmount. 

Lamira Trueblood Salem. 



Oscar R. Baker . , . 

Corrie Bogue 

Minnie E. Benedict 
y Jesse A. Strattan . 
Carrie M. Unthank 
* Deceased. 



18S1. 



. Williamsburg. 
Spiceland. 
. Paragon. 



. Spiceland. 



(s>ALiENDAI^ B0^ 1882-83. 



FALL TERM BEGINS SEPTEMBER 4, 1882. 

FALL TERM CLOSES DECEMBER 22, 1882. 
WINTER TERM BEGINS JANUARY 2, 1883. 

WINTER TERM CLOSES MARCH 23, 1883. 
SPRING TERM BEGINS APRIL 2, 1883. 

SPRING TERM CLOSES JUNE 22, 1883. 



I 

i 

' ' CATALOGUE 

OK THE 

. . Officers and Students 

OF 

Spiceland Academy, 

Iceland, HenftJ County, Indiana, 

FOR TJIK 




New Castle, I\d. : 

COURIER COMPANY, TIUNTERS. 
1883. 



BOARD OP ©RUSIPEES. 



This School has been legally incorporated by the Society of Friends, 
and is under the care of the following Board of Trustees: 

JESSE GORDON, SARAH E. TAYLOR, 

SOLOMON MACY, HENRY W. PAINTER, 

ELISHA B. RATCLIFF, MATTIE A. WHITE. 



Instructors. 



THOMAS NEWLIN, 

Superintendent and teacher of Natural Science. 

LUDOVIC ESTES. A. M., 

Teacher of Mental Science. Latin and Greek. 
MAGGTE E. NEWSOM, A. B.. 

Teacher of English Literature and General History. 
HANNAH E. DAVIS. Fail Term 
LAURA SEDDOM, Winter and Spring Terms. 
Teachers seventh and Eolith years. 

ELLA BOGUE, 

Teacher of Fifth and Sixth Years. 

EUNICE HENLEY, 

Teacher of Third and Fourth Years. 

ELLA WILLIAMS, 
Teacher of First and Second Years. 



The Mathematical Classes have boon divided among the Instructors. 



Pupils. 



F7I6H SGHOOIj. 



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SENIORS. 

Name. Residence. 

Anna May Hudelson Ogden. 

Ryland Ratliff .Marion. 

Julia Stafford Greensboro. 

Emily Weeks .' .' Mechanicsburgh. 

• SECOND YEAR. 

Mary L. Brown . . Spiceland.' 

Lizzie C. Edwards Spiceland. 

M.Ola Gordon Spiceland. 

Virginia Griffin Dunrcith. 

Dora Gilbert Lewisville. 

Isadore Hall Spiceland. 

Frank Hall Lewisville. 

Will Julian Spiceland. 

Cora M. Kirk . . . , Greensboro. 

Ella Strattan . ; ... j Greensboro. 

FIRST YEAR. 

Elwood Barnard Eden. 

Herbert T. Baily Spiceland. 

Winnie L. Baily ..... Spiceland. 

Ona Bogue Spiceland. 

AnnaBogue - Spiceland. 

Mattie E. Brown Spiceland. 

Richard Broadbent . .Spiceland. 

Wilber Cox New Lisbon. 

Allen C. Dicks Vacaville, Cal. 



Catalogue Spiceland Academy. 

Name. 

Wallace Deem . Q Ke f™f- 

John S. Griffin .. Spiceland. 
Elbert S. Griffin ..." Dunreith. 

Marshall Hittle wT R , 

Otis D. Ilolloway Willow Branch. 

Charles R. Hood . . Spiceland. 
Alonzo Hodson : ? u . bll . n - , 

Charles Julian . . .' .Spiceland. 
A.Y.King ' "" Sp.ce and 

Addie Manlove" . Spice and. 

John McNew Spiceland. 

Abraham L.Miller 1S ° wn " 

VV. H. Newlin . Whtstown. 
Luther G. Newby'; New London. 
Levi T. Pennington . .' ' 

Charles B. Perisho Spiceland. 

Edgar N. Picas. . .. lY u 
Florence Porch . ' iWe.th 

Chas. A. Reece . Spiceland. 

Lizzie A. Reece Greensboro. 

Lizzie Ridgway Greensboro. 
Etta Ridgway" New Castle. 

>. Oliver C. Steel.! £ 6W Castle. 

V Charley Stafford ..." ' '" ?rT->l ' 

Maggie Thomas ... lv k ' 

Addison N.Tucker . Spiceland 

Mark P. Turner £ CW JOmlo,1 • 

Jennie B. Van Nuys L,sbon - 
J 1 lpton. 



ftOF>MAL DEPARTMENT. 
Orval Berry ... • , 

Mary L. Brown..'."""" Sp.celand. 

A. J. Bushong \A C n " d - 

Jessie A.Butler. M.ddletown. 

Michie Butler Lewisville. 
Sylvester Brenneman" Gharlottsvjlle. 

Abe L. Collin ...WW £. ew Castle - 

Sallie Cotton .. -innate. 
Fasset A. Cotton .' Nineveh. 

Minnie C. Cooper Nineveh. 

Emma E. Card Sp.celand. 

Anna Cox... Carthage. 

Wilber Cox New Lisbon. 
Mattie Clements. " „?. w . Ll * b °n- 
Glenn S. Copeland ' £ dhamsburg. 

Mary Evans. Greensboro. 
Oscar A. Fleming . " New Castle. 

Cynthia Fries Honey Creek. 

Charlottsville. 



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Catalogue Spied and Academy. 



Name. Residence. 

M . Ola Gordon Spiceland. 

W. S. Gossett . . .Honey Creek. 

Elnora Hill New Castle. 

John Harden Greensboro. 

Emma E. Leakey New Lisbon. 

Mary B. Leakey New Lisbon. 

John A. Miller New Lisbon. 

L. Ella Millikan Spiceland. 

Frank Millikan Spiceland. 

Mollie T. Milburn Fishersburg. 

Eli Mills Greensboro. 

Jos. A. Neese Mechanicsburg. 

Luther G. Newby Spiceland. 

Mattie Peed New Castle. 

Mattie Pressell Millville. 

Lizzie Ridgway New Castle. 

Peter E. Rinard Rockland. 

Chas. H. Rogers Rockland. 

Emma A. Shriner New Castle. 

Maggie Shields Roseburg. 

Benj. Shields i Marion. 

Henry Weber Hagerstown. 

Willie E. Wood Greensboro. 

Eva L. Wise Perkinsville. 



Gi^ammai^ School-, 
second year. 



Orval Berry Spiceland. 

Will C. Bond Carmel. 

Carl Barnard Spiceland. 

Clara Bond Carmel. 

Oscar Chamness Spiceland. 

Mattie Clements Williamsburg. 

Lemuel Copeland .Spiceland. 

Minnie Cooper Spiceland. 

Chas. E. Fenstemaker Roseburg. 

Izora Haskett Lewisville. 

Aaron Hobson New London. 

Emma Holt Williamsburg 

Lucy Hudelson Dunreith. 

Hattie Hudelson Dunreith. 

Love Leakey New Lisbon. 

W. Chas. McGirr Richmond. 

E. B. Murphey ...Carmel. 

Geo. C. Mendenhall Spiceland. 

Katie McGrath Carmel. 

Ella Millikan ... Spiceland. 



Catalogue. SplfcJaud Academy. 



N! une. Re »- 

James T.Moore New Salem. 

Henry Newby Spiceland. 

Flora Payne Spice and. 

Mary Pennington Spiceland. 

Murat T. O. Peer Brownsburg. 

Lorin t. Ratcliff Spiceland 

H. H. Ratcliff Spice and. 

Will E. Ratliff Spiceland. 

Ruth Ratliff Fnendswood. 

Augustus W.Reed M* : Summit. 

Minnie E. Ratcliff Spice.and, 

Addie Rcece Greensboro. 

Mattie Smith ^' ew £ ast e ' 

Ella Smith ;; e ' V -. 

Horace Stafford Millville. 

Anna Stewart Spiceland. 

Willie S. Talbert Spiceland. 

Rilla Taylor Spiceland 

Harry R. Unthank Spiceland. 

FIRST YEAR. 

Susie Binford Lewisville. 

Pearl Berry Spice and 

Josie Bogue Spiceland. 

Charles II. Brandy Spiceland 

John Brandy Spiceland. 

Clarence H. Beard Spiceland 

Maud Blair Spiceland. 

T. H. Collier Marklevdle. 

V. M. Cooper Mechanicsburgh. 

Elon Collins Spiceland. 

Cynthia Carr '. Spiceland. 

Linnie Compton Spiceland. 

Hurtley Dickinson Spiceland. 

Anna K. Edwards Spiceland. 

Suie Griffm Dunreith. 

Frank Gutshall Marion. 

Herbert D. Gordon Spiceland. 

Lizzie Hiatt Spiceland. 

Lizzie Hammer Charlottsville. 

Alice Harvev New Castle. 

Emery Lewellen Spiceland. 

Ida M. Lewellen Spiceland. 

Lizzie Nixon Spiceland. 

Mon. Ella Morris Dunreith. 

Oliver Nixon Spiceland. 

Mary Murphey Carmel. 

Charley Newby Spiceland. 

Marianna Porch Spiceland. 

John Ratliff Spiceland. 



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( r ""^!/m Sjneeland A nuhmy. 



Name. 

•Edwin Bates RatclifF „ Residence. 

Emma Rhoades ' Spiceland. 

Frances Roberts Charlottsville. 
Frank N. Ridgway ' Charlottsville. 
Harmon Ravle. . New Castle. 

Adda Belle "Straughri •' Spiceland. 

Freddie Saint Stfaughn's Station: 

Otis Sttlbbs ' ' ' Grant Citv. 

David Templeton. , . Spiceland. 

Eli Wilson Greensboro. 

Spiceland. 



Intermediate Department. 



EIGHTH YEAR. 

Lama B. King. 
Robert J. Pleas. 
Jessie Fremont Payne. 
E. Attie RatclifF. 

SEVENTH YEAR C> ' ^ 

Eli Newby. 
C Earl Pleas. 
Rosctta E. Picketti 
Harlan RatlifF 
Charles L. Stubbs. 
Benj. Strattan. 

Ellis J. Svmons. 

Anna L. Svmons 

Emma A. Symons. 

r tank Smith. 
. . James Thomas 

Rebeca H. Unthank. ' 

Josephine Unthank. 

Martha Wilson. 

Sarah E. Young. 

SIXTH YEAR. 

Bertie Newby. 
Lulu Nixon. " 
Gilie Porch. 
Ore Poer. 
Estella Symons. 
Minnie Swain. 
Everett Stubbs. 
Mary Thomas. 
Bertie Teas. 



g- Myrtle Ballenger. 
Clara G. Edwardl 
Adaline Hodson 
MafybeJIe Hall. 
Martha A. King. 



George Adams. 
Alfred Burn's. 
Spencer Bui kin. 
Lilian V.jBoren. 
Olinda F. Chamness. 
Ellen L. Culbertson 
Emory M. Carr. 
Luzena T. CowgiJI. 
Caroline Dawson. 
Christine A. Douglass. 
&dgar Evans. 
Harry Emminger 

Annis Gertrude Gordon 
Jesse Healev. 

Freeman G. Lamb 

Anna B. Macy. 

Willie Bogue. 
Elmer Deem. 
Luther Dawson. 
Laura Elliott. 
Earl Fawcett. 
Edith. Hunt 
Caleb Hall. 
Vannora Lawrence. 
•Id a Leainon. 



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Cukihyue Spieehtnd Acwieiny. 



FIFTH YEAR. 



Name. 
Bertie Allen. 
Jesse Bailey. 
Delia Brandon. 
Tommy Butler. 
Linnie Butler. 
Elwood Baldwin. 
Frank Bundv. 
Albert Brown. 
Clara Brown. 
Cora Bogue. 
John Chambers. 
Macy Cowgill. 
Rufus Chamness. 
Ernest Deem. 
Estella Deem. 
John Elliott. 
Warren Evans. 
Willie Foster. 
Emma Griffin. 



Name. 
Lula Gordon. 
Alice Hiatt. 
Bennv Manlove. 
Pearl' Macy. 
Clara Matthews. 
Freddy Newby. 
Lula Nixon. 
Essie Newby. 
John Pickett. 
Leta RatlifF. 
Walter Ravle. 
Charley Rinewalt. 
Lida Spencer. 
Lonnie Spencer. 
Clara Thornburgh. 
N ettie Torrence. 
Anna Win-low. 
Frank White. 



©rjmary Department. 



Minnie'Allen. 
Howard Bundy. 
Freddie Bogue. 
W'alter Culbertson. 
Qiiincy Darling. 
Nora Deem. 
Adolphus Eastridge. 
Julia Emminger. 
Alice Fegly. 
Kenneth Fawcett. 
I Ierbert Garwood. 
] L'nmoJ, ioi don. 
Leona I Iiatt. 
Uettie Hunt. 
Arthur Ilolloway. 
Rilla J ones. 
Mary Lawrence. 
Eva' Macy. 

Nancy Abrams. 
Florence Bogue. 
Morris Collin. 
John Dai ling. 
Mollie Emminger. 
John Elliott. 



FOURTH YEAR. 



Fred Matthews. 
Otto Newby. 
ClinPPo.er. 
Gertie Parrish. 
Olen Payne. 
Josie Pearson. 
Florence Ravle. 
W illie. RatclitV. 
Walter Scar-,. 
Morris Svmons. 
Arthur Svmons. 
Addie S\ mons. 
Mary Symons. 
Eddie Spencer. 
Warren Wilson. 
John Winslow. 
Florence Winslow 
Ida Winslow. 



THIRD YEAR. 



Gurney Lawrence. 
Frank Matthews. 
Ora Millikan. 
Emory ( )akie. 
Lena Ravle. 
Jennie Spencer. 



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Galaiogue SpUxkmd Academy. 



Susan Fegly. 
Henry Foster. 
Clarence Gause. 
Cora Goodman. 
Lincoln Kiser. 

Alice Broadbent. 
Clint Bundy. 
Charley Beard. 
Oscar Bogue. 
Sammie Buf kin. 
Mary Chamness. 
Oil ie Coon. 
Levi Godfery. 
Orlando Green. 
Milton Green. 
Mattie Gordon. 
Will iain Godfery. 
Arlie Hood. 
Ida Holloway. 
Uva Hinshaw. 
Wildey Hedrick. 
Carrie Jones. 
Gracie Johnson. 
Otis King. 
Bessie Kirk. 

Jefferson Abrams. 
Susie Abrams. 
Anna Benedict. 
Leota Berry. 
Clifford Brandon. 
Willie Carson. 
Claude Copeland. 
Carrie Carpenter. 
Arthur Campbell. 
Sally Ellington. 
Dora Ellington. 
Hattie Ellington. 
Bertie Eldridge. 
George Evans. 
Elbe Foster. 
Alonzo Green. 
Cora Hodson. 
Albert Hyatt. 
Charlotte Jackson. 
Jane Jerdon. 
Cora Kizer. 
Gertie Kirk. 



Montie Spencer. 
Ellen Winters. 
Patty Weaver. 
Johnny Weaver. 

SECOND YEAR. 

Walter Kirk. 
Arthur Leamon. 
May Leamon. 
Earl Manlove. 
Ethel Manlove. 
Angie Martin. 
Wallace Newby. 
Anna Oakey. 
Isaac Pate. 
Delbert Poer. 
Charley Peters. 
Gracie Saint. 
Florence Spencer. 
I Julia Spencer. 

Hattie Sears. 
Oscar Symons. 
Amanda Sturgcs. 
Bertha Sheridan. 
Wallace Wilson. 
Carrie Winslow. 

FIRST YEAR. 

Minnie Lawrence. 
Artie Martin. 
Orlista Modlin. 
Joseph Manlove. 
Fanny May. 
Frank Nixon. 
May Newby. 
Mary Oakey. 
Ethel Poer. 
Gertie Porch. 
Glenn Pierce. 
Nancy Scarbro. 
Susie Scarbro. 
Tena Solmon. 
Cora Spencer. 
Robbie Symons. 
Katie Swallow. 
Joshua Swallow. 
Belle Trowbridge. 
Blanche Talbert. 
Odoskaline Winslow. 



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SpIGBLAND' flGADBMY. 



(gour^sB ob Study. 



Drawing, General Lessons, 



First YEAR.-Readlng, Spelling, Number, Language, Writing 
Morals and Manners. _ , _ 

SECOND year. — Heading, Spelling, Writing, Number, Language, Drawing, Oral Local Geogra- 
phy General Science Lessons, Morals and Manners, Declamations. 

Third YEAR.-lieafllng, Spelling, Writing, Number, Language, Drawing, Oral Geography, Gen- 
eral Science Lessons, Morals and Manners, Declamations. 

Fourth YEAH.-Heading, spelling, Writing, Arithmetic, Geography, Language, General Science 
Lessons, Drawing. Morals and Manners, Declamations. 

Fifth YEAU.-ltcadlng, spelling, Writing, Arithmetic, Geography, Language, Lessons lnSci- 
ence, Drawing, Composition, Morals and Manners. ^ 

Sixth YEAR.-Readlng, Spelling, Writing, Arithmetic, Geography, Language Lessons, Lessons 
in Science, Drawing, Composition, Morals and Manners. 

Seventh YEAR.-Iteading, Writing, Spelling, Arithmetic, Geography. Language Lessons, Les- 
sons' in Science, Drawing, composition, Morals and Manners. 

Eighth YEAR.-Keadlng, Spelling, Writing, Arithmetic, Geography, Grammar, Lessons In sci- 
ence, Drawing, Composition, Morals and Manners. 

Grammar School. 

Arithmetic, Grammar, U. S. History, Physiology, English Composition, Reading, Writing, 
Single Entry Book-keeping, optional. 
High School. 

First Year. 
SECOND TEKM. 

Algebra. 
Latin Lessons, 
General History. 

Second Year. 
SECOND TERM. 

Geometry, 

Cajsar or English Literature, 
Chemistry. 

Third Year. 
SECOND TEKM. 



Spelling, Geography Reviewed. 



FIUST TEKM. 

Algebra, 
Latin Lessons, 
Natural Philosophy. 

FIRST TERM. 

Geometry, 

Caisar or English History, 
Rhetoric and Eng. Literature. 



THIRD TERM. 

Algebra, 
Latin Header, 
(ieneral History. 

third TERM. 
Trig, and surveying. 
Virgil or Chemistry. 
Zoology. 



FIRST TEKM. 

Mental Science, 
Virgil or German, 
Modern History. 



Astronomy, 
Political Economy, 
Grecian History or German. 



THIRD TERM. 

Botany, [al Science, 
U.S. constitution and Mor- 
Geology. 



12 C'atfdtiffue. Spiseltmd A&wleniy, 



I^EMAP^S. 



The above course of study has been prepared with reference to those students who do not ex- 
pect to pursue a college course, but who desire to acquire a knowledge of those branches which will 
hi them for active life. Special attention, however, Is given to preparing students for college. 

English Literature receives special attention; the work consists of a brief history of the rise and 
growth of the English language, the history of the lives of the leading authors, and a critical study 
of parts of their works. 

In the Latin and Greek languages, thobouoh dbill on the declension of nouns and the conju- 
gation of verbs, Is given, and also on the application of the rules of construction. The amount of 
work In these languages will be the same as that required by the college which students pro- 
pose to enter. 

(.'lasses will be formed In the Greek and French languages whenever a sulliclent number shall 
desire to pursue those studies. 

Penmanship, Heading and composition will receive attention throughout the whole course of 
study. 

credit will be given tor substituted studies, and students who are preparing for college will be 
allowed to graduate when they have done work equivalent to that required to complete the regular 
course. 

Special Departments. 



Civil Engineering. 

This course Includes Land Surveying, Leveling] and the practical use of the Transit and the 
Level. 

Commercial department. 
In this department Instruction Is given In Penmanship, forms and uses of business papers, 
Single and Double Entry Book-keeping. 

Normal Department. 
Special attention will be given to the training of teachers. To this end the first efforts will be 
directed towards securing thorough and accurate knowledge of the subject matter; then Instruc- 
tion will be given In the methods of teaching, school organization, and the philosophy of educa- 
tion. For those attending In this department the Primary and Intermediate schools afford an op- 
portunity to learn, both by observation anil practice, the best methods of teaching. 

Rates of Tuition. 

If paid in advance. 

Primary Department— tirade c 35 cents per week 80 cents 

Primary Department— tirade 15 40 cents per week 3f> cents 

Phimaky Department — tirade A 45 cents per week 40 cents 

INTERMEDIATE DEPARTMENT tit) CClltS \KV Week SO CClltS 

Grammar Schooi 75 cents per week 70 cents 

High School— Elrst Year W cents per week 80 cents 

Hjoh School— second and Third Years $1 00 per week 90 cents 

Normal Department .' 65 cents per week oo cents 

Commercial Department $1 00 per week 

Hereafter special Review Classes will be considered as belonging to the High School, and 
charged accordingly. 

No deduction will be made for absence after enrollment, except In cases of protracted Ill- 
health. In event of sickness notice must, in all cases, be given of the withdrawal of the pupil, as 
no deduction will be made until this Is done. 

Literary Societies. 

There are three permanent Literary Societies connected with the school: The Lucernlan, con- 
ducted by the ladles, and the Crescent and Gllsco Societies, by the gentlemen. Literary organiza- 
tions are also sustained by the Intermediate and Grammar school students. Care Is taken tu make 
students acquainted with the rules governing parliamentary bodies. 

Libraries. 

There are three libraries In connection wll h the school, which contain auctlt two thousand vol- 
umes. Two ot them belonging to the Literary Societies, and the other to the Academy Association. 
Additions are made each year. 



amkgm S P M«nd Academy. 



Reading Room- udents Uave access. It is supplied 

M "^:rz w ««=-— — — 

Lectures are frequently given 

~^^-=S="S=— ===== 

tu the Academy by Its Alumni. Boarding. ^ _ per wee k. Kooms can be 

TUC cos t ot hoarding and lodging the past 5 •JjJ^JJJ reduced to less than $1.75 per week 

rsfer^ssw—^- — ' 

was reduced to t&B pei vrct . location. , nn t1vp F ort Wayne, Cincinnati « 

St. Louis uain-uad. General Items. d _ m01 ,. tUan scholarship, 

The government of the school is based upon the ide^t at , ^ ^ ^ 
ftnd «ect and ^^^ot Instruction and accuracy of knowledge 

01 clia ' ,,,irv of advancement. , there are from three to Ave classes 

■ SBsa „o,„ « - - - — - ~ — 8 ; 

«.»■ — 

school. Diploma. . ,, t ,,,i v an d prepare 



GRADUATES. 



1870. 

Name. Residence. 

Eli U. Cook Muscatine, Iowa. 

John J. Stubbs 1 Omaha, Nebraska. 

1S71. 

Walter D.Jones Dayton, Ohio. 

*Alvin H. Jenkins 

I. Macy Good ... Wabash. 

C. R. Nixon Lynnville, Iowa. 

R. G. Boone Frankfort. 

Dallas Sisson Cicero. 

Mary V. Ballenger (Barnard) New Castle. 

Louisa Wickersham Lewisville. 

Lida Edwards (Saint) Knightstown. 

1S72. 

Lindley II. Johnson Dunreith. 

David II. Henley Spiceland. 

Jacob Hill Arba. 

Henry W. Painter .'Spiceland. 

Robert G. Mitchell San Jose, California. 

1S73- 

Sadie D. Talbert (Wright) Greensboro. 

Aaron B. Bell Red Oak, Iowa. 

J. Til man Hutchins Wabash. 

John Pennington Westfield. 

Mary Stubbs (Painter) Spiceland. 

Nathan Williams Ridge Farm, Illinois. 

S. Carrie Talbert (Newbv) Terre Haute. 

1874. 

Alice Gary Coffin (Russell) ... Springfield, Illinois. 

Elvira Spencer (Harold) Richmond. 



j Catalogue Spkclmd , M<dcmj. 

15 : ' Nashville, Tcnn. 

T p Edwards . . .Green-boro. 

William S. Moffit . . Columbus. Ohio. 

Edwin O. Kennard Fairfield. Iowa. 

Nathan Rosenberger Knightstown 

W. E. Jackson San Jose, California. 

D.G.Mitchell ■ jg ? - 

What Cheer, Iowa. 

W W. Gregg \ . . .Nettle Creek. 

William C. Pidgeon .Carmel. 



Irvin Stanley 



876. 



Milton Roberts '"j 



Spartansburg. 



Spiceland. 

S. Ella Bogue • ..Spiceland. 

M. Bell Chambers (Estes) Spiceland. • 

T Pinkney Mitchell Spiceland. 

Thomas Mitchell . Lincoln ville. 

Flora Moore . Mt. Summit. 

Tohn O. Reed . . Aurora, Nebraska. 

'William S. Seaford . ' WW. . . Oak Park, Illinois. 

Fannie P. Thornburgh (raisons) .. 

. .Raleigh- 

Tav A. Buck "... New Castle. 

Carrie M. Goodwin ■;• Spiceland. 

Thomas Newl'm ^ ' 

Spiceland. 

1 Edgar Cloud '. ' . Vacaville, California. 

J William N. Lamb . . .St. Helena, California. 

Mattie Lamb ... .New Castle. 

Ada Grace Murphey Westfield. 

Emma Belle Roberts Westfield. 

Ida May Roberts Spiceland. 

Frank Simons.. Salem. 

LamiraTrueblood "g^" 

Williamsburg. 

Oscar R. Baker " ' .' ' Spiceland. 

Corrie Bogue . . . Paragon. 

Minnie E.Benedict . 

* J esse A. Strattan . _ Spiceland. 

Carrie M.Untlvank j^" 

Spiceland. 

Arthur H. Baity.. ;;; " ][[ Spiceland. 

t Newton Barnard Spiceland. 

Harriet Bogue " f . . . .Spiceland. 

Hattie E. Dickinson Spiceland. 

Charles Newlin 

* Deceased. 



©AliENDAI^ POI^ 1883-8^. 

Fall Term begins September 3, 1SS3. 

Winter Term begins December 3, ^ 

Spring Term begins March 3 x, ,884.^"^ ^ Cl ° M8 ^ ^ 

Spring Term closes June 20, 1SS4. 



HCltSLOGUE^- 

OF THE 

-OFFICERS MD STUDENTS*- 

OF THE 




Spiceland, Henry County. Indiana, 

FOR THE 

ACADEMIC YEAR, 
1883-84. 

Njjw Castle, Ind., 
mkhcury company, printers. 

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BOAI© OF TBHSTBES. 



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This School has been legally incorporated by the Society of Friends, 
and is under the care of the following Board of Trustees: 

JESSE GORDON, SARAH R. TAYLOR, 

SOLOMON MACY, MATT] B A. WHIT R, 

ELISHA B. RATCL1FF, HENRY W. PAINTER. 



INSTRUCTORS* 



TIMOTHY WILSON, 

Suvertntenthmt ami Teacher of Batumi Science. 

LUDOVIC ESTES, A. M 

readier of Menial Science, Latin and (J reck. 

W. L. DOGGETT, 

Teacher t>f Kiif/llih Literature and General Mirtorih 

HANNAH E. DAVIS, 

Teacher of Sm-tiitlitnui Eighth ) ears. 

ELLA BOGUE, 

Teacher of Fifth and Sixth yearn. 

OLIVE WILSON, 

Teacher of Third and Forth Years. 

ELLA WILLIAMS, 

Teacher of Firnt and Second Veam. 
The Mathematical Via*** have hem diridrd among the Imtmctor*. 



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HIGH SCHOOL. 

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SENIORS. 

Name. , Residence. 

Virginia Griffin Dunreith. 

Isadoro Hall Spieeland. 

Will Julian Spieeland. 

Cora M. Kirk Greensboro. 

Charles B. Newby Xcnia. 

Ella Strattan Greensboro. 

SECOND YEAH. 

Mary L. Brown Spieeland. 

M attic E. Brown Spieeland. 

Herbert T. Bailey Spieeland. 

Winnie L. Bailey Spieeland. 

Alonzo Ilodson Spieeland. 

A. Y. King . . Spieeland. 

Edgar N. Pleas Dunreith. 

Charles A. Recce Greensboro. 

Oliver C. Steele Dunreith. 

Joe Webb Spieeland. 

Dora Gilbert Lewisville. 

FIST YEAR. 

Ona Bogue Spieeland. 

Orval Berry Spieeland. 



- — — Spieeland. 

Richard Broadbent Lewisville. 

Jessie A. Butler "" New Castle. 

Jennie Blaekman Spieeland. 

Carl Barnard Lewisville. 

Effie Ball "*" Greensboro. 

Will Byrket ' Spieeland. 

Linnie" Compton Nineveh. 

F. A. Cotton Cadiz. 

Hattie Cooper Dunreith. 

Rose Cudc Spieeland. 

Hartley Dickinson Dunreith. 

tJohnS. Griffin ' ' ' ' Dunreith. 

Elbert S. Griffin Spieeland. 

Joseph Greenstreet Williamsburg 

Emma Holt ' ''' Dunreith. 

Hattie Hudelson Greensboro. 

Eli Mills Spieeland. 

Henry Newby "" Spieeland. 

Mary Pennington New Castle. 

Lizzie Ridgoway "" New Castle. 

Etta Ridgeway '''*' Mt. Summit 

A. W. Reed Spieeland. 

Lorin T. Bateliff Spieeland. 

Henry H. Ratclift". Spieeland. 

Minnie RatelifF ""'[''' I ,e wisville. 

Maggie K. Stuart ' .....Marion. 

I lkvnjainil) Shields Kosoburg. 

Ma<« r ni Shields Monrovia. 

M attic Strattan Millville. 

•Horace Stafford ' " ' " Spieeland. 

Anna Stewart ' Spieeland. 

Maggie Thomas Spieeland. 

Willie Talbcrt '" Spieeland. 

Rilla Taylor ' ' Lewisville 

Sibbie White ^„^rm 

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Millville. 

Samuel Allen Carmei. 

Will 0. Bond 

tShould be in second year. 



Catalogue Spieekmd Academy. 



Walter Rpwlrroa 



Cinahwc Snicstmul Academy. 



Oabilw/tie Splcelmul Aoatlmmj. 



Hattio E. Hooves... 

Ida M. Beeves 

Edwin B. Ratcliff. 

John Ratcliff 

Attic E. Ratcliff.... 
diaries E. Stubbs. 

Jennie Small 

Ethan Seoville 






Charles Mendenhall 


Willie Eniriin 


Freeman Lamb. 


Ddljl lii") n rlnn 


Alberta Newby. 


Km orv f^'i ri' 

* j * 1 1 \j i y I I , 


Ore Poor. 


v/ ut* i ix i/U J JS 


Earl Pleas. 


Ida Cndn 


Rose Pickett. 


Olit 5X. CI);imiiOi;<a 


Robert Pleas. 


John Cnde. 


Harlan Ratcliff. 


Colfax Canaday. 


ivilis oymons. 


William ( lauaday. 


M i I i I i ! i • Si i ir o 5 n 

■Lt-M. I 1 J J | J u O VVtil U , 


Estella Deem. 


ill in mix Symons 


Wmer Deem. 


\j\ K>\ l5Ut Ol/nUDS. 


Eddie Evans. 


A 1(11*1 Kit i i% aiili 


Laura Elliott 


Prank Smith. 


Ida Elliott. 


Bennic .Strattan. 


Earl Fa wool t. 


Katie Smith. 


Gertrude Gordon. 


Estella Symons. 


Edith Hunt. 


Mary Thomas. 


Mary Hall. 


Rebecca Un thank. 


Caleb Hall. 


Josio [Jnthank. 


J esse Ileal}'. 


Mattic Wilson. 


Ida Leamon. 






FIFTH YEAR. 


Frank Bundy. 


Clara Brown. 


Berlio Allen. 


hi\y IJailoy. 


Albert Brown. 


Linnie Bull or. 


Jesse Bailey. 


Arthur Bowman. 


Elwood Baldwin. 


Luther Dawson. 



• •Knightstown. 
••Knightstown. 

• Spieeland. 
•Spieeland. 
■Spieeland. 
■ Spieeland. 
.Desoto. 

• Knightstown. 



Catalogue Spicvlaiid Acail&niy. 



Bufus Chamness. 


\\ arren tj\ an*. 


Flora Dennis. 


Harry txnlnn. 


Lula Gordon. 


Uiara .Maineus. - 


Aliee Iliatt. 


Lulu Xixon. 


Ida March. 


Dora Osborne. 


Freddy Ncwby. 


( )liu! l orcn. 


Rut'us Ratliff. 


\\ alter Kaj le. 


liinnie Spencer. 


Bonnie Spencer. 


( !laru Thornburg. 


Bida Spencer. 


Anna Winslow. 


George Smith. 




FOURTH ^ BAR. 


Howard Bundy. 


.Minnie Allen. 


Fred Boguo. 


Oscar Bowman. 


Walter Culbcrtson. 


"v ... / ^ 1 > t + ill in M ii<h 

xvora y /latteroaugu. 


Emma < lanaday. 


Lulu Edmondson. 


Julia Emminger. 


\ 1 1. 1... . [?n..fi>!nrrll 

Adolpnus l .a>ii luge 


Susie Faigley. 


Alice Faigley. 


Kenneth Fawcet. 


Jennie Gordon. 


Clarendon Cause. 


> .1 IT ,1,1-.,, 

Arthur Hobos. 


Arthur Holloway. 


JjCone iliatt. 


Hettie Hunt. 


Julia Jones. 


Lee Kiser. 


Mary Lawrence. 


Gurney Lawrence. 


r i eel iuatnews. 


Frank Mathews. 


\ Ira All in i».ari. 


Eva Maey. 


Maggie -\ ewel. 


Clint Poer. 


Ul'OZ) I U\ 110. 


John Peters. 


/"* u 4 ! . f).l«li \~\ 

(jcrtie 1 arisn. 


Cora Pickett. 


Josic Pearson. 


Florence Kaylc. 


Will;,. I > . , + i . 1 i f V 
\» line i laicn ii. 


Lena Raylo. 


Mouta Spencer. 


Jennie Spencer. 


\\ alter hears. 


Mary Symons. 


^1 orris Symons. 


Arthur Symons. 


A A A *i Rvtti flns 


Eddie S])encer. 


Mary^Thurinan. 


Warren Winslow. 


Ed. Winslow. 


John Winslow. 


Florence Winslow. 



THIRD YEAH. 



Oscar Boguo. Wliltor Kirk ' 

Charles Beard. Curio Leamond. 

Mary Baily. Arthur Lcumond - 



!() 



Cataloijua SpiettJnmt Academy. 



Ora Cade. 
Mary Chamness. 
Mary Ejrn.mi.nger. 
Homy Foster. 
Mattie Gordon. 
Herbert Garwood. 
Arlie Hood. 
Ida Holloway. 
Grace Johnson. 
Emory King. 

Leota Berry. 
Alice Broadbent. 
Wiley Bailey. 
Clint Bundy. 
Anna Benedict. 
Claud Copeland. 
Bettie Faigley. 
Alton Hastings. 
Uva Hinshaw. 
La la Iludelson. 
Carrie Jones. 
Jane Jordon. 
Bessie Kirk. 
Otis King. 

Mitch A brains. 
J elf Abrarns. 
Susie Abrarns. 
Tommy Bailey. 
George Bailey. 
Clifford Brandon. 
Jennie Bailey. 
Willie Carson. 
Freddy Copeland. 
George Evans;, 
Eftie Foster. 
Frank Foster. 
Luther Fries. • 
Foster Garwood- 
Ada Hartman.- 



SECOND YEAR. 



FIltHT YEA P. 



Angio Martin. 
Earl Manlove. 
Wallace Newby. 
Dolbort Poer. 
Florence Spencer. 
Julia Spencer. 
Hattie Sears. 
Oscar Symons. 
Lot Un thank. 

Catharine Kizer. 

Ethel Man love. 

Fannie May. 

Anna Okey. 

Ethel Poer. 

Charley Peters. 

Clarence Painter. 

Gertie Porch. 
Anna Ratcliff. 
Bertha Sheridan. 
Bobbie Symons. 
Carrie Winslow. 
Alma Young. 

Minnie Lawranee. 
Ario Lane. 
A rlie Martin. 
May Newby. 
Frank Nixon. 
Mary Oaky. 
Glenn Pierce, 
Clyde Pierce. 
Isaac Pate. 
Tena Salmon. 
Howard Swain. 
( !ora Spencer. 
Mamy Spencor. 
Ilonly Symons. 
Kate Swallow.. 



Gmlak»n m Spkvkmtl Academy. 



Katie Haustine. 
Bertie Hinshaw. 
Albert Iliatt. 
Cora Hodson. 
Jennie J ackson. 
Charlotte. Jackson 
Josie King. 
Cora Kizer. 
Gertie Kirk. 
Maude Lane. 



Joshua Swallow. 
Nancy Scarbro. 
Susie Scarbro. 
Freddie Thurman. 
Omer Trowbridge. 
Blanche Talbert. 
Charley Williams. 
Doksy Winslow. 
Ethel Young. 



Number, Language, 



Writing* Drawing, General 



First Year.— Heading, Spellin 
'^^^S^mm, Writing, Kumber. Language Drawing, Oral Lo,U 

sons i^V^ienT^Drawing. Composition, Morals and Manners. 

GBAMMAB SCHOOL. 
,. I r s Historv Physiology, Kugllstt UomposlUou, ReatUue 
VrUumi'tlc, Grammar, U. h. msioij, uiy»i „. i x 
- \iy Kevieweci. 

HIGH SCHOOL. 

FIRST YJKAX. 

SliCONI) TKliM. 

Algebra, 
Latin Lessons, 
< icnt' ral History. 

%KCO.\'J> YKA It. 

( iconic! ry. 

nesnror ModcVn History, 
Uhiaoricaml li|igl : ish Hlstorj 

TIIIRU YKAli, 



Writ ng, Spelling. Ueograp 



b"J UST TERM. 

-vjUgefora, 

Latin Lessons, 

iJoolc-kceping. 



(icomitry. \ 
^< liesur or Knulisli History, 
Natural Philosophy. 



\L 



N4 ' 



THIRD TERM. 

1 A Igebra, ; 
- Latin Reader, 
Getwral History. 

Trig. !>nd Surveying, 
-"Virgil or Eng. Illst.^ 
Zoology. 



Menial Sell c. 

Virgil or Gorman, 
( 'iK'inistry. 
\ 



Ast t'ononiy, 
— Political Kconomy, 
Grecian History or 



■rman. 



Hotanv, | ul Science-, 
Y. s. Const, and Slor- 
< ieology.' 



1-2 



Catuluywi Spicelaiid Academy. 



(O) 

The above course of study has been prepared with reference to those students who do 
not expect to pursue a collegecou.se, hut who desire to acquire a know edge oT those 

sxssis jksst for aetive ,u< - s — — . 

English Literature receive special attention : the work consists of a brief history of 
he nse and growth of the English language, the history of the lives of 
Uiors, unci a critical study of parts of their works imam* au- 

I» the Latin and Greek languages, THOimuyr, muu, on the declension of nouns and 

T m ^ i r' 1 ' i '' ,lllll - , '» l '--l'l''i<-'-nof,heru.es,, r e<,nstruet 

, . mount uf work in these languages will he the same as thai required by the college 
winch students propose to enter. »omgc 
Classes will be formed In the Greek and Eronch languages whencvei- a sutticient num- 
ber shall desire to i)ursue those, studies, umuuiiimm- 

e<,u!i n ot stuJiy.'' K " m, ""'" U " 1 r, "" lM,sit1 "" W,U ^^ivo attention throughout the whole 

WllSwiS 1 ^ f " rSU f t,, " ted f Udi ^- »^t8 whoare preparing foreo.lege 
r^o^KS, Wh ° n they UaVC W ° rk R<iUlVill ° m l " thslt - 

SPEGIAI, lIEItf Mlim 
i — (<>) — 

Civil Engineering. 

amU he Level!' , " , ' 1U,U ' S , ' U "" S, "' V,,y,ni{ ' «'"' »'« PnuaietU use of the Transit 

Commercial Department. 
I» this department Instruction is given In Penmanship, forms and uses of business 
papers, Single and Double Entry ISook-kecping. 

Normal Department, 
special attention will be given to the training of teachers. To this end the first efforts 
will be directed towards securing thorough and accurate knowledge of the subject mat- 
ter; then Instruction will b,. given In the methods of teaching, school organization, and 

' u ' 1 ' 1 '"" > »• of education, for those altendtng in this department the Primary and 

Intermediate schools alli.nl an opportunity to learn, both by observation and practice 
(he best methods Of teaching. ' 



Hates of Tuition. 

I'm m ahy Drci'A rtm iont— Grade CJ '. ... $ SO cents per week 

P kixabv I ik.'aktm knt ( i r.ide I! :« cents per week 

'"IMAItY DlU'AHTMUNT-lJrude A -I" cenls jm-i* Week 

J ' XSfTlittMKWATK HKI-AUTSUCNT.... 50 v s e • week 

H V\7*e^7'T'-Yv 711 cents ,er wee .' 

: £ £ , 'v 1 ' 80 <•<••' t« »''• week. 
, S ■ —^V''.""'' v ' ar au cents per week. 

Hi. .11 St'HOOL— rilWd Near ] ,„) ' W( .,. k 

NOKMAI. Ultl'AllTMKKT UO cents per Week 



pei weeit. 

Hereafter special Review Classes will be considered as belonging to the High School 
and charged accordingly. 

Payment of tuition must be Guide at the beginning of each term, in case of absence 
on account of protracted Sickness a pro rata\mx\ of the money will be returned. 

Literary Societies. 

There are three permanent Literary Societies connected with the school : The Lucer- 
aluu, conducted by (ho ladles, and lite Credent and (iliseo Societies, by the gentlemen. 
Literary Organ I /.at ions a re also sustained by the Intermediate and lirammar School Stu- 
dents. Cmv Is 1 alien to make students acquainted with the rules governing parllmentarv 
bodies. * 

J 



Catalogue Spiccland Academy. 13 
Libraries. 

There are three libraries in connection with the school, which co "tain about two 
thousam. volumes. Two of them belong to the Literary Societies, and the other to the 
Academy Association. Additions arc made each year. 

Beading Hoom- 

\ Heading Hoom has recently been opened, to which all students have access. It is 
S „pp, S w h the leading periodicals, and annmberof valuable papers Cyclopedias and 
other valuable books of reference are free to all. New books are added e.u h J ear. 

Lectures. 

lectures are frequently given by the teachers, and opportunities are also offered for 
hearing distinguished lecturers from abroad. 

Apparatus and Cabinet. 

specimens, purchased and presented to the Academy by ,ts Alumni. 

Boarding- 

Thecos, of boarding and lodging the past year has been about S3.000 per week Rooms 
can I c rented hv those who wish to bo.nl themselves, and the cost reduced to ess than 
$175 per week.' A club has been in successful operation, and the entire cost of boaidmg, 
room-rent, light ami fuel, was reduced to $-.2.25 per week. 

Location. 

The school is in the village of Kpleeland, which is situated on the For. Wayne, Un- 
ci „ nail A Louisville Railroad, and two and a half miles north of Dunrelth on tin- Pitts- 
burgh, Cincinnati A St. Louis Railroad. 

General Items. 

The government of the school is based upon the idea that mandood is more than 
scholarship, arid self-respect, an,, sel f-control, on the part of the student, arc nnpo.ta t. 
fnc.orsin [he formation of char.u-.ter. Greater stress is laid upon thoroughness of in- 
structlon and accuracy of knowledge than upon rapidity of advancement. 

In Arithmetic, Grammar, Geography, Algebra and Latin there are fro n three to fly 
classes, so th at student scan enter school a. any tunc and be classed according to their ad- 

Ko,- many years the health of the students has been uniformly good. I here is pioba- 
blv no healthier locality in the State. . . 

' The Friends and Methodists both hold religious services on the Sabbath, and each 
maintainsa Sabbath school. 

A sumck.n1 number of teachers is constantly employed, so that large classes may be 
avoided and students may receive personal attention .luring recitation. 

I.-Npenscs arc as low as at any •thcr school affording equal advantages. 

Ti M ., nun rsof the school are very careful to make Ibis an Institution in which 

students, who are away from home and Its restraints, will be surrounded by good, mora 
influences, and in thlsfhc.V have the co-operation of the citl/.ens of the village. 

I, is t lie aim to promote the growth of students intellectually, morally and physical 
—to make better men and women in every particular. 

Students arc required to keep study hours during the evening. 

There arc no beer, liquor or billiard saloons in the village. 

No student whose influence is known to have a corrupting tendency, will be retained 
in the school. 

Diploma. 

students whose conduct Is exemplary, and who complete the course of study, and 
prepare and dellvem suitable literary production, will be furnished with u Diploma, 
signed by Ihcdjrfitriiolors ami the president of the Hoard of Trustees. 



(O) 

1870. 

Name. Resilience. 

Eli V. Cook Muscatine, Iowa. 

J oin) J. St abbs Omaba, Nebraska. 

1371. 

Walter D. Jones Dayton, Ohio. 

*Alvin II. Jenkins 

I. Macy Good .' Wabash. 

('. R. Nixon '. Lynnville, Iowa. 

R. G. Boone Frankfort. 

Dallas Sisson Cicero. 

-Mary V. Ballenger (Barnard) New Castle. 

Louisa Wiekersham Lewisville. 

Lida Edwards (Saint) Ivnightstown. 



IS 



Lindley II. Johnson Dunreith. 

David H. llenloy Spiceland. 

Jacob Hill .• Arba. 

Henry W. Painter Spiceland. 

Robert (i. Mitchell San Jose, California. 

187:5. 

Sadie D. Talbert (Wright) Greensboro. 

Aaron B. Bell Bed Oak, Iowa. 

J. Tilman Hutchins Wabash. 

John Pennington Westfield. 

Mary Stuhhs (Painter) Spiceland. 

Nathan Williams Ridge Farm, Illinois. 

S. Carrie Talbert (Newby) Torre Haute. 

1874. 

Alice Gary Coffin (Russell) Springfield, Illinois. 

Elvira Spencer (Harold) Richmond. 

.1. P Edwards Nashville Tenn. 

*Deceased, 



Catahnitte. Si>ici:iund Academy. 



r. it ■ Greensboro. 

William S. iMomt )' 

, . , r i Columbus, Oluo. 

Edwin O. Kennard v . ' 

, o i „„. ....Fairheld, Iowa. 

Nathan Rosenborgci 

„ t ,, , . Knightstown. 

W. E. Jackson n 

, " „.. . ,, • San Jose, California. 

D. G. Mitchell 

1875. 

„ r „ r ...What Cheer, Iowa. 

W. W. Gregg " , „ . 

William C. Pidgeon Nettle CreeK. 

, . c < i Carinel. 

Irvm Stanley 

1876. 

., , , Spartansbnrg. 

Milton Roberts 1 

1878. 

,, Spiceland. 

S. Ella Bogue J 

M. Bell Chambers (Estes) Spice ant . 

.1. Pinknev Mitchell Spiceland 

Thomas Mitchell Spiceland 

,, Lincolnvillc 

1< lora Moor*' 

, , n Mt. Summit. 

John (>. Kcou , 

William S. Seaford \urora, Nebraska. 

F . innil . P . Thornburgl. (Parsons) Oak Park. IUibom. 

1871). 

. . ,, , . Raleigh. 

Jay A. Buck f 

Carne M. Goodwin New Castle. 

Thomas Newlin Spiceland. 

1880. 

, , Spiceland, 

J. Edgar Cloud 1 „ ... 

r i ..Vacayi le, California. 

William N. Lamb l \ ' 

, r . , i ..St. Helena, California. 
Mattie Lamb 

Ada Grace Murphoy , n 

Emma Belle Roberts Westfield 

Ida May Roberts Westl.eld 

. c ,. c , Spiceland. 

Frank Simmons i 

Lamira Trueblood Salem - 

1881. 

„ „ , Williamsburg. 

Oscar R. Baker . , , 

• 1 1 ....Spiceland. 

( orrie 150gUO ' 

... . ■» "o Paragon. 

Minnie 1*1. Benedict <= 

"-! : Jesse A. Strattan 

Carrie M. Cnthank.. Spiceland. 

1882. 

, ,, n i>.,;u- Spiceland. 

Arthur 11. liailj 1 

*I)eceascd. 



1(i r- , i 

< uUiloffiu; Spic hrmJ AtutiJo. 



Hi'!. 



•J. Newton Barnard « • ■ 
Harriot Bo^ue ' " s P'^hmd. 
Hattie E. Dickinson" Sptcelnnd. 

Charles Xewlin bpweland. 

New London. 

Anna May HudoLson... " r ' s 

%land Katliff... - ,len - 

J«lm Stafford. Jj ar,0fl - 

Emily Weeks W-ensboro. 

Meehanicsbury- 

cJIa Strattan.. 

Cora Kirk trreonHboro. 
Virginia Griffin".'." Wimboro. 

Lvadorellal! >>H>re.ih. 

William Julian. Sp,eela.,cL 
Charles B. Newby.. ^pccland. 



Pall Term begins September 1, 1884. 

Fall Term closes December 10, 1884. 
Winter Term begins December 29, 1884. 

Winter Term closes March 20. 1885 

Spring Term begins March 30, 1885. 

Spring Term closes June 1!>, 1885. 

t 
i 



CATALOGUE 



OF THE 



Of f i cers and Studen t s 



SPIGELAND ACADEMY. 

Spiceland, Henry Co., Indiana, 



AGADEMIG YEAI^ 
I 884-85. 



NEW CASTIE, IND. : COURIER CO. PRINT. 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 



This School lias been legally incorporated by the Society of Friends, and 
under the care of the following Board of Trustees: 

ELISIIA B. RATCL1FF, President. JESSE GORDON. 
HENRY YV. PAINTER, Secretary, SARAH E. TAYLOR. 
MATT J E A. WHITE, Treasurer. CYRUS RATL1FF. 



I 

INSTRUCTORS. 

WM. 1'. IMNKIIA.M, A. M., Si i-kkinikndknt, 
Teacher of Natural Science, Metaphysics, and Theory and l'ractlcc of Teaching. 

LUPOVIC KSTEM, A. M., 
Teacher or Languages and Mat.liemai.lcs. 

HANNAH K. DAVIS, 
Teacher or English Literature, History and Botany. 

EMMA C PINKHAM, 
Teacher of Physiology — frail and Winter Terms. 

ELLA IJOUUE, 
Teacher or Seventh and Sixth Years. 

LAURA noon, 
Teacher 01 Klttli Year. 

RATIEC. SHERIDAN, 
Teacher of Fourth and Third Y'ears. 

ELLA WILLIAMS. 
Teacher fit second and First Y'ears. 



PUPILS. 
High School. 



Seniors*. 

Spiccland. 

Maw L. Brown Spiccland. 

Alfred Y. King Dunreith. 

Oliver C. Steele 

Second Year. 

. Spiceland. 

Winnie Bailey Spiceland. 

M attic E. Brown - " Soicclsmcl. 

Richard Broadbent Dunrcitb. 

Elbert S. Grilhn Spicciahd. 

Alon/o Ilodson Maple Vallev. 

John L. McNcw, '.Spiceland. 

Henry Newby . : Marion. 

Russell RathA New London. . 

Addison Tucker Spiceland. 

Joseph Webb. ■ 

Kirst Year. 

Spiceland. 

Herbert Bailey Spiceland. 

Rhoda M. Ballenger - Spiceland. 

L. C. Barnard Spiceland. 

Clarence Beard ' ' S p icc i ;uu l. 

M. Bear! Berry " .Carthage. 

Irvin Bin lord Carthage. 

Charles Binford ' ' "" gpVoek 1 i t n<U, 

Antra Bogue Willow -Branch. 

Blanche Braddock Paton. Io\Va. . 

Hannah E. Brown Spiceland. 

Charles Cannaday . .Spiceland. 

Linnie Oompton ..... ..Warrington. 

Ida Copcland .Dunreith. 

Rose (bide. ■ Spiceland. 

Anna Kl Edwards, ( ireensboro. 

L. Elva Elliott.. , . Spiceland. 

Herbert D. Gordon. . . •■ Straughns. 

Alice llawley 



SPICELAND ACADEMY, 



Lizzie S. Iliatt . . . 

()sc;ir Hiatt 

Emma J wlian. ... 
Charles J ulian . . . 
Laura B. King . . . 
Geo.. C. Mendenhall 
Abraham L. Miller 
Stephen New by . 
Levi T. Pennington 
Lor ill T. Ratcliff. 
Henry H. Ratclifl 
Lizzie Ridgeway. 

R. Ella Smith 

Bert Smith 

K ilia Ta vlor 

Lucy Wilson 



. Spiceland. 
. Westfield. 
. Spiceland. 
. Spiceland. 
. Spiceland. 
. Spiceland. 
. Knightstown. 
. Xenia. 
. Spiceland. 
. .Spiceland. 
. Spiceland. 
. New Castle. 
. Spiceland. 

West Held. 
. Spiceland. 
. Spiceland. 



Normal Department. 



Section I.* 



Winnie Bailv 

C. Orval Berry. . . . 
L. Carl 15arnard . . 

Albert Cook 

Ida Copeland 

Rose C ude 

( )scar A. Fleming . 
Mary E. Fnssell.. . 
Alfred V. King. . 
Cora M . Kirk .... 
Mary A. Pennington 
Mary C. Pink ham 
Lizzie Ridgeway 
P. A. Rinard. 
Charles II. Rogers 
ICd. ]. R tiny an .... 
Oliver C. Steele. . . 
Maggie Stuart .... 
Harry Ulithanlv . . . 



Elbe Ball 

Lynn C. Boyd . . 
Will N. Bovvers. 
T. LI. Collier . . . 



Section II. t 



. Spiceland. 
. Spiceland. 
. Spiceland. 
. G reensboro. 
. Warrington. 
.Dunreith. 
. I loney ( 'reek. 
. Pendleton. 
. Spiceland. 
. ( ireensboro. 
. Spiceland. 
. Spiceland. 
.New Castle. 
.Mooreland. 
. Mooreland. 
. Ashland. 
. Dunreith. 
. Lewisville, Ind. 
. Spiceland. 

. Lewisville. 
.New Castle. 
. M iddlciown. 
.Markleville. 



" En<?a<*e<l In Training Lessons or Psychology. 

t Itcvlcwtng Coinnion liranches with the Normal ( 'lassos. 



Mat tie Eaton 

Emery Edmundson 
Maria Gilliam 
John S. Griffin 
Ilattie M- Grunden 
Charles Hardy . . . 
Nannie Hammer . 
Lorin L, Leavell. . 
William S. Mauzy 
John R. Maroney 
'Mont B. Millikan- 
James R. Millikan 

Eva Rhodes 

Minnie E. Ratcliff 
Hannah Smith . . 
David Want/,. . . . 



SPICELAND ACADEMY. 



.Arlington. 
.Spiceland. 
. .Sheridan. 
. Dunreith. 
Willow Branch. 
. Markleville. 
Wilkinson. 
Middletown. 
'..Markleville. 
..New Lisbon. . . 
..New Castle. 
. .New Castle. 
Lewisville. 
Spiceland. 
Wilkinson. 
. .Cambridge City. 



Grammar Department, 



Second Year. 

Paton, Iowa. 

Orintha L. Brown Ay]yA 

Oliver L. Charles ' . .^p; cc lantL 

Gertrude Gordon . ' ' T) nnre ith. 

Suie Griffin Spiceland.' 

Mary B. Hall Dunreith. 

Brueie Iluddleson | Spiceland. 

'Addie Hodson Spiceland. 

Attic Ratcliff 

.Spiceland. 

James E. Buck Spiceland. 

Josic Bogue ■ ■ Spiceland. 

Cynthia Carr ' ' Spiceland. 

Minnie Cooper Mechauicsburg. 

Parker Davenport Spiceland. 

Clara G. Edwards !/ Spiceland. 

Emery Edmundson Vallev Mills. 

Wilson Furnas . Dalton. 

Alice C. Gray • Thorntown. 

Abbie Kendall Mcchaniesburg. 

Ementre H. Lovctt ' . . . . Spiceland. 

Lizzie Nixon ; Spiceland. 

Jessie Payne • • ■ Spiceland. 

Gei (rude II. Pinkham Spiceland. 

Mary Porch ■ Spiceland. 

Muratt O. Poer.. . " \ Spiceland. 

Otho Poer ' 



6 

. ____^J>' , ICrCI.ANn ACADEMY. 

Alice Pritchard 

John RatJi/K. Ravsville. 

Edwin 15. Ratcliff Spiceland'. 

Harlan Kadi/];. _ Spiceland. 

Harmon Rayl " Spiceland. 

Ina Ridgeway.. Spiceland 

Jennie Small. ... New Castle 

Charles R. Small t Selroa! 

Bennie Stratton. Marklevilie 

CharJes Stubbs... Greensboro 

Otis Stubbs Spiceland. ' 

Emma A. Symons. Spiceland. 

Anna L. Symons. . Diinreith. 

Elistusj C. Thomas Disnreith. 

Rebecca Unlhank. Arha. 

AJattje Wilson ' ' SpicolajK]. 

Eli U. Wilson Spiceland. 

Charles Wilson Spiceland. 

Eewisville. 



High School: 

Seniors, 

sec,,,,,! rear,;.*;;;;; J 

■Pirst ^ ear, 

Normal Department: 

Section I 

Section II. '".'"„? 



2o 



47 



39 



Grammai? Department: 

_ Second Vear, 

1 wice counted 43 129 



7 




To persons desiring to obtain a 

^s::;::^ s» ;s, s .1.- „., 1—1—1 or «». 

^^^SSX^X^n ; u,,uain,,l wit., the work, hut thoroughly 

[roni the work in hand. 

A very low rale of expense. ,l u - Common lSrunelies every 

V„,,,fe provision is made lor mslruetmn n, .. U ■ " , u , nn B() 

turn, In these, h.hI in Mgchrn and Latin, ne cla s .u , wnnt s. 
hat n studen, may have Iiffi«.lty ^^^^ L-^U e with 

Ureal pains are taken to secure aeeu rale 1 m i« " ' . receive a 

lhe m .Uapprov,l -ne.ho ' - i . i : ,, :7 r {: i,' H . Vl .'.Uiv;...-!. The 

share ol attention; ami hal.il> "I • 



(ll 


share of attention; ami halms ol ngui o 
I 1 i !•<• i.iiiiil'sownthiiikinupowei 


ngui.'' .iii.ii.. 
is a leading p 


linl in all Llie i 


nsirtietion. 


de 


, V 1 > * 1 ' ' ' 


A CADE 


MIC COl'llSK 


S Ol' Sl'l'DY. 










1 


SOKMAL 1 


■■ . ' l . . ! • 


v 1'iir i?si«\ 


c 1 


HIGH SCnWl COtJKSB. 


cori;sr.. 1 


ri; i.i a ii.v i < i v. — 


H 


rillST YKAlt. 


SHCONII VBAlt. 1 


Tlllltl) VBAlt. 


fmsr vnAii. 


I'lltST YKAIC. I 


,i;com> VK.Ut 










Psychology. 












( 


ineoi tliecom- 












Psychology. ' 


lOn llrniiehes, 




Ceasar. 






Geometry. 


Virgil or Hoofc- 


Cleetive. ! 


L it in Lessons. 


Algebra- 


M 


Algebra. 


Caesar or 
(jen. History. 


Keeplng. 


one in more i 


Physiology. 


i ieoiuctry. 


t- 


Latin Lessons. 


lUietorlc 


Chemist r.v. 


High School 


Eng. History. 


Kiocutiou. 


'f. 


Eng. History. 




Exposition I 


(ranches, elec- 


Penmanship, j 






Elocution. 


Kssaj anil 
lilocui inn. 


and oratory. 


tive. 














Elocution. 














pedagogics. 
One (if lhe 










(geometry. 




Common 




Caesar. 








Astronomy. 


Branches, elec- 






5 


Algebra. 


Caesar or 
. Gen. History. 


Moral Science. 


tive. 


Latin Lessons. 


Geometry. 
Natural 


t- 


Latin Lessons 




English 


One or more 


Algebra. 


Philosophy. 




civil Govern- 


Natural 
Philosophy; 


Literature. 


High School 


Higher Arivh. 


| Drawing. 




ment. 


Essay and 


Exposll ion 


Branches, elec- 


Heading. 




c 


Drawing. 


Elocution. 


and oratory. 


tive. 




I 


;/ 








Essay and 




1 










Eiocui Ion. 














Training 1 es- 














se ns. i lini ol 










TrlgoiiOnicfciw 


Political 


tin- t'oininon 


Latin Header. 


virgll. 






ami Sun ej Ing 
Virgil or 


Economy. 


liraiichcs, elec 


.1 Algebra. 


Hot any. 




3 Algebra. 




Geology. 


l ive, one or 


| Advanced 


V. s. History. 


t 
1 


- 1 Latin lteadei 


. Mod. History 
Zoology. 


English 


more H igh 


i Grammar. 


Eng.Classlcs. 




2\ isotany. 


Essay and 


Literature. 


School Hranch 


Heading. 






2 Eng. classics 


Elocution. 




es, elective. 












... . 


Eng. Classics 

L . n-.vrp HI ( 


r Catalogue. 





-. yov graded course Ui Common School studies, see page 10 Of Catalogue. 



8 



Sl'ICliI,ANl) ACADEMY. 



THE HIGH SCHOOL COURSE 
W']\\ be seen to embrace a variety of studies of the highest practical and disciplin- 
ary value. Kadi department of the work is in the care of a teacher who has given 
special attention toil. There are thorough drills in Latin and Creek. A Cabinet 
containing many hundred specimens illustrates the subjects of Ccology, Miner- 
alogv, Zoology, Chemistry and Anatomy. An Electrical Machine, Air-Pump, and 
(ialvanie and oilier apparatus, add interest and clearness In the study of Natural 
Philosophy. Facil ities are Itirnishsd for ;ill ordinary manipulations in Chemistry. 
In tie Natural Science classes, considerable attention is given to the examination 
of specimens and to experiments and dissections. 

Classes in Higher Mathematics have access to instruments, and are instructed 
in the use of them. Menial ;iinl Moral Science arc taught as sciences, hut with 
direct reference to the problems of every-day life. English Literature ami t'riti- 
eisui receive careful attention, the objects of these studies being: 1st. A knowl- 
edge of •Aiithiiis and their works; 2d. A relish for literary and biographical 
knowledge; lid. A discriminating literary taste. 

'The arl of Composition and that of Elocution are also cultivated by regular 
exercises and systematic instruction. 

Till-: NORMAL COLRSE 
Is adapted to the wants of all teachers in the Common Schools. Il embraces a 
-luiU of Mental Science, and b;ises upon this an investigation of the principles 
which underlie all correct and successful teaching. Il also include-, a lull dis- 
cission of the Classilioalion and (iradalioli of the School; Order of Studies and 
[{<•citi.it ions; School ( in verm .ten I, ii nil the ( iencrai Duties of thf Teacher toward 
the ( hildren. tin Parents and the Slate. 

Students arc required to prepare outlines of Object Lessons, ami to give lessons 
to younger clashes, .subject to criticism. They arc expected to ascertain the rela- 
tion of each Common School Study lo the general purpose o| educiilioli, ami to 
determine from tin principli s of Mental Science and the clin meter ol the subjeel 
taught, the mi thud proper to he pursued in the teaching ol any given brunch or 
topic. One-third of the student's lime is thus devoted to the Principles and 
Practice of Teaching; one-third lo the stuih of bi'iinches of his own choosing, be- 
vond the eight required by law ; and the remaining third to the systematic review 
of i he < on i mon I Iranches, tin less he is already proficient in these., in which ease he 
Mi a \ select 1 1 ighcr I Iranches. 1 1 is believed I hill this course will a I once commend 
itself in tc;rchcrs w ho desire further preparation for lite diitie.- of their profession. 

Till, COLLEOE PHEPAIi VTORY < Ol'RSE, 
Is substantially the same as that required at Earlham College. Students comple- 
ting this course are admitted lo Earlham College as [tegular Freshmen, without 
examination, upon the certificate of the Academy, llaverl'ord College has also 
consented to receive the certificate of the Academy in lieu of entrance examina- 
tions. Students wishing to enter any other college can substitute (Jreek or any 
other reipiired study for such branches in our emus,- as their wants do not require. 
The course is alim-sl identical w ith thai reipiired by the Indiana State I'niversity. 

SPECIAL WORK. 

,\ course in Civil Engineering, embracing Land Surveying, Levelling, Rail- 
road Linos, Curves and [Embankments, with the practical use of the Transit and 
Level, is open to such ;is desire to enter it; also a course in Chemical Analysis, 
(Qualitative). Classes in (icrmun ami Trench will he organized whenever there 
is a sntiicient number of applicants to form a class. Instruction may he had in 
Drawing and Painting at a slight additional cost, 

LKt Tl'RES. 

[hiring the past year, single lectures or series of lectures have been given on 
the following subjects: Astronomy, Natural Philosophy, English Literature, 
English Orthography, Customs of Foreign Nations, (icography of'our own Country, 
international Law/Mental Philosophy, and Theory and Practice of Teaching. 
Also a special series to the higher mathematical classes on Project ion Drawing. 



9 



i iti.M' \ RY SOCIETIES. , 

^ ! lies connected with tin' school; the 

, ^'3E5^^£^^^ 

m-utlemen. 1 hesc anon. .. o-uTiamentary usages. 

7„ul for becoming acquai.Ue.1 with p.u.i 

GOVERNMENT, hH- . 

1 • The managers ol the sc-1 o > - , ( ,,.,„,,„„<, w,ll I f M » » L • 

The village. Definite moral or iel. n . 

school work. ,,, I., en sludv hours during the evening, j 

Students are ivq n ■ 1 ,,.,-,,;.„,- scrv.ces on lb. I ,1.1- , 

^B^^^ 

ret«inwl i" | i( ,„or or billiard saloons in the village. 

There arc no bee., H'l"" 1 

*. >. SS^^'S 

Vmm . and whose, charac cr is .... . I, > Trust. ■ - Those who c i U 

SCtcIu^ Ulied to suit the rcqo - J 

%l%g&>XZ**« >ve ; u, a ir .p X WvW U,« 

| will betaken in lieu — 

I ,1. examinations in the e,g hi " " ^ ;1 ,,d 

thJ£^^ NormalC , 

p n ,vtice. ol reaching, uill utu 

EXPENSES. ,„ 
I , . SO cents; second >e.u, ■' 
Ti . it1 on in High School Course, per week I > • , iim , ,,„ WIlts . In 

i cents ',hi';:r; ,w ^.KStilirc J >- ^ ^ ,lar 

' Normal Course ami le^view t l.isse, . 

absence on account ol protracted _ , t families, 

^»^>^ * 

Inpnibers^' ^ ,„. J,r.|,oardiug, by which ^^^Z^ 

( iood rooms can be foul , ,,|,,., n , eomlortaim an I 

.■ ., t ,,, siime m rgnno. noun, . 

acquaintances Hum in . exceeding Si l"' 1 ' » wk - 

)u ,. u ,li„g at a total expens. not 

1 ' 0( ' AT10N ' ' v Castle and Knshville, on the 
The village of Spiccland is located between V '^ttcd l,v back line 
Fort Way.*, f-nisville A Cinc.nnat. • U, ^ , ocation is peasant and healthtul. 
with Dunreith, on the C, St. U * ■ 



[O 



Sl'ICIil.ANI) ACADKMY 



GRADED COURSE IN COMMON SCHOOL BRANCHES. 
Primary Dki'aktmknt: 

First Ymr. Chart Lessons, First Header, .Writing, Drawing, Numher Lessons. 

S,rniid Ymr. Second Leader, Spelling, Writing, Number Lessons, Drawing, 
Language. 

Third Yaw. Third Reader, Spelling, Writing, Drawing, Language, Ele- 
mentary Arithmetic? (White's) to Lesson '27. 

Fourth Ynu: Fourth Reader, (Met in lie y's Revised) to Lesson :>li, Spelling, 
Writing, Language, Arithmetic, I'art 11, to Lesson 22; Elementary Geography, 
( Harper), to Lessi in •'">• 

i STKI1M KIlIATK I M:i'A IM'.M KNT. 

First Ytfir. Fourth Header, completed; Writing, Spelling, Language Lessons, 
(Harvey), to Lesson -18; Arithmetic, I'art 11 and Part III, to Lessson 21); Ele- 
mentary Geography, completed. 

fi-vowi Ymr. Fifth Leader, Writing, Spoiling, Language Lessons, completed ; 
Eleiuentarv Arithmetic, completeci and reviewed; Intermediate Geography, to 
Lesson -Hi." 

(HlA M M A K I >I'M'A HTM KNT: 

First Ymr. Fifth Header, Writing, Spelling, Grammar, (Harvey), to 
Lesson ! 52 ; Ari tli met ic, ( White's), completed to Percentage ; Geography, completed. 

Si,-,,, nl Yr<ii\. Sixth I tender j Writing, Spelling, Aritiimetic, completed; 
Grammar, completed; Composition, I'. S. History, Physiology. 

Throughout the course, instruction is regularly given in Morals and Man- 
ners. Fach ilcparlmonl has also a variety of general lessons designed to cultivate 
qlliefc percept bin, accurate ohservat inn, memory, imagination and rcllcclioli, and 
exercises to secure ready and accurate oral and written expression. 

Filch sear's work is divided into three sections corresponding to the three 
school Lt'i'ius. \i\ this arrangement, the pupil who fails of promotion with his 
class, is not thrown hack an entire year, hut only a single term. No pupil is pro- 
moted until he has finished all the work of his section. Pupils who attend hut 
two terms in the year, will require throe years n, complete the work ol two years. 

Owing to lie- fact that a large proportion of the Fightll Year pupils have one 

or inure High School studies hefore finishing the Fighth Year's svork, they arc 
seated and also enrolled with the academic students. 



PUPILS. 
Grammar Department. 



Pirst Year. 



Willie Boguc. 


V_ ( > ' . 1 IMI'llv.. 


Colfax Canmulay. 


I >1 1 • t 1 i fl 11 1 1 ( ill 
1 /(. 11,1 | >| if Mi iuii. 


Willie Onnnaclay. 


/ \ 1 . . 1 li'iitinn.i. 

C/ta v ii.inintss. 


)oltii Chambers. 


1 > 1 1 1 c v < > \ . 


John Ctule. 


Ida Cude. 


Elmer Deem. 


Estclla Deem. 


Ed "jar Evans. 


Laura Elliott. 


Earl Fawcett. 


tl.la Elliott. 


Caleb [lull. 


Emma dill'in. 


Jesse: 1 lealey. 


hia lb acck. 


Freeman Lamb. 


.\ 1 i tniie 1 lodson. 


Charlie Pinkham. 


Ida Ecamon. 


Robert Fleas. 


Alberta Newby. 


Earl Fleas. 


Minnie L'oer. 


Ore I'oer. 


M innie Swain. 


Ruins llalliU". 


Estella Symons. 


Frank Smith. 


Josie Citibank. 


Everett Stttiibs. 


Anna YVinslow. 




Sarah Young. 


» For (jirainmar Departm* 


-ni., Second Year, see page live. 


t Deceased. 





Intermediate Department. 



Seei >nd Year, 

fosse Bailey. [-«!« '; ;liU '>'- 

Albert Brown. U«™ "j™*"' . tf 
. . . ,, ,. 'ttiiiiii Caiuiaday. 

Li nine >u lei . , . , , ■ 

; , , it , ti En n Edmundson. 

Aldus 1 lai rolcl. ' , , 

,, . l.ttlu < norclon. 
Scoll 1 net . • ... 

... ,, i, i ' Alice 1 liatt. 

Walter Rayl. Hammond. 

\' wm ? S l' t ' nco, • Katie Iluclelson. 
Eonnte Spencer. 



1 2 



SIMCH'.A N () ACAOKM Y 



Ora Millikaii. 


Adda Svmons. 


Lulu Nixon. 


Lena Wisehart. 






Bertie Allen. 


Ularcnce Painter. 


Arthur Bowman. 


John Peters. 


Charlie Elliott, 


loe Pippin. 


Warred Evans. 


Clinton Poer. 


Fred Newby. 


Wdhe Ratchll. 


Olen Payne. 


Eddie Spencer. 


( >llie Porch. 


Arthur Svmons. 


Warren Winslow 


( )scar Syrnons. 




iMorris rn inons. 


C Lara m at 1 hews. 


Lonnie W iseiiai t. 


Florence Kavl. 




Mary Svinons. 


Minnie .Allen. 


Clara Thornbtirg. 


Phehe Boreii. 




Jennie Borcn. 


Elwood Baldvyin. 


Julia Emm i tiger. 


Charlie Beard. 


1 | ennie ( rorclon. 


\ Jscar I iogue. 


1 ,eona J I iat t. 


J' I'ei 1 1 >i >gUC. 


Killa loiie-.. 


Howard Bundy. 


Mary Lawrence. 


K nlus Chainncss. 


Mais Marks. 


Walter Culberlson. 


Gertie Parrish. 


A ( l< il ph us Eastridge. 


| osie I earson. 


Kenneth 1 aw celt. 


v_ i >i a l ickett. 


Willie Foster. 


r . . ... 

1 , i / /. i ( ■ 1 i p p i n . 


I lenry 1 liatl. 


i 1*1 
Lena Kayl, 


Arthur 1 [ollowa)'. 


Monta Spencer. 


A i lie Hood. 


Lida Spencer. 


Gtirnev Lawrence. 


[ennie Spencer. 


Frank Matthews. 


Ella Winters. 


Fred Matlhews. 


Florence Winslow 



Primary Department. 



l'"oui'lh \'e,'ir. 

Oscar Bowman. Willie Weaver. 

I lenrv Foster. John Winslow. 
Alton I tastings. 

Arthur Hammond. Mary Bailey. 

Charles Hubbard. Mary Chainncss. 

Roseoc Hubbard. Mary Fmininger. 

Hugh Jackson. Susie Fcglc.v. 

Lee Ki/.er. . M:i»'<rie Fussell. 



SlMCKl.ANO ACAPKMV 



I 



Emory Kin<j;. 
Walter Kirk. 
Arthur Lcamon, 

Earl Manlove. 

Shirley Marsh. 

John Marks. 

Wallace Newhy. 

Delhert Poer. 

Everett Poer. 

Walter Sears. 

Wiley Bailey. 
] ulius Boone. 
'Clinton Bundy. 
Claude Copeland. 
Frank 1 'osier. 
Levi Jackson. 
Otis King. 
Robert Symons. 

Leota Berry. 
Anna Benedict. 
Alice Bi oadhent. 
Ora Cude. 
Jane < Jordon. 
Mattie Cordon. 

Tommy Baily. 
Clinbrd Brandon. 
Willie Carson. 
Clark Dennis. 
George Evans. 
Bertie I linshaw. 
Albert lliatt. 
Charlie lliatt. 
Arlo Lane. 
Sebastian Lykins. 
S\ I v ester Lykins. 
Isaac Pate. 
< iU iui Pierce. 
C '1 vde 1 'ierce. 
Alverclte Poer. 
Howard Swain. 
Leroy Watkins. 
Charley Williams. 



John Abrams. 



Third Yeai 



Socoi i< V Yea r. 



Firsst Year. 



Cora Ilodson. 
[,1a Llolloway. 
Louie 1 luddleson. 
Grace Johnson. 
Angic Martin. 
Anna Mullen, 
llaltie Sears. 
Florence Spencer. 
Julia Spencers 
"Mary Tluu man. 

|T\ a IFinshaw. 
Carrie Junes. 
Bessie "Kirk. 
Minnie Lawrence. 
Carrie Lcamon. 

Mary Marks. 

Ethel Manlove. 

Fannie May. 

Anna ( )akey. 

Ethel Poer. 

Gertie Porch. 

Anna Ratcli'tT. 

Bertha Sheridan. 

Carrie Winslow. 
11 at tie Weaver. 

Mary Barnes. 
Adda Dennis. 
Elbe Foster. 
Ella 1 la-tings. 
Pearl Ile.acock. 
Maggie Jenkins. 
Josic King. 
'Katie lvi/er. 
( Jertie Kirk. 
Maude Lane. 
Mai -el Newby. 
Florence Pickett. 
IU:rtha I'inkham. 
Nancy Scarhro. 
Tena Solomon 
Kate Swallow. 
Ida Tongate. 
Blanche Talhcrt. 
Mary Watkins. 

Omer Trobridge. 



4 



SlMCfiT.ANI) ACAIMCMY 



Mitch Abrams. 


David Winslovv. 


George Baily. 




Oilie Bonard. 


Jennie Baily. 


Fredie Copeland. 


Estclla Barnes. 


John Evans. 


Ovie Carpenter. 


Luther Fiefs, 


Maude Elliott. 


Douglas Iloustine. 


Gazella Gordon. 


Eddie Harris. 


Maria I lanimoiid. 


Willie Harris. 


Eunice I lainmond. 


Frank I luddleson. 


Eva I Unison. 


Marion Ivoon. 


Charlotte Jac kson. 


Sanloid Kendal. 


Cora Kizer. 


Luther Kendal. 


Nora I <amb. 


ArUc Martin. 


Mary ( )akey. 


Bertie biles. 


Maude biles. 


fohn Foe. 


Blanche Roberts. 


Eddie I'm". 


Susie Sc.u hro. 


Carl Forch. 


Cora Spencer. 


Charlie Rilenberry. 


May Spencer. 


John Spencer. ' 


Alice 'i'luii man. 


1 Ienrv Symons. 


EJlie Thin man. 


Henley Symons. 


Adda Trout, 


joslma Swallow. 


bearl Watkins. 


Michael Swallow. 


I )( isk v Winslow. 



Freddy Thunnan. 



Rates of Tuition. 

Primary Department. — First Vein-, - - - !?0 Cents per Week 
Primary Department Second Year, - - - 1>;"> Cents j)er Week, 
Primary Dept. Tliml ami Kourtli Years, - KHVnts per Week 
Intermediate Department, ------ 50 Cents per Week 

Grammar School, 70 Cunts per Week 



GENERAL SUMMARY 



Ilion School: 

Seniors, 3 

Second Year, io 

First Year, 34 47 

Nokm A L Dlil'AKTMENT: 

Section 1 »9 

Section 11 2o 39 

Guam m a n Dkpaktmknt: 

Second Year, 13 

First Year, 37 8c> 

Intkkmkimatk Dki'ART.: 

Second Year, 20 

First Year, . 57 77 

PlSIMAKY Dltl'AllT.YIKNT: 

Fourth Year, 35 

Third Year, .... 29 

Second Year, 37 

First Year 5" '5' 

Counted twice, 7 

Whole Number Enrolled, 3 S 7 



CALENDAR. 

Fall Term begins September 7, 1885. 

Fall Term ends December 25, L885. 

Winter Term begins January I, 18S(>. 

Wintei Term ends March 2»>, |88(>. 
Spring Term lie-ins April I88C>. 

Spring Tcnirends June 25, I88<i. 

Public Ivvaminations of all Departments Marcli 2fi, IXSK. 

Public Meeting o£ Al ni, 7:M0 p. »>., June 24, 188(1. 

Conunencenuml Exorcises, 10 a. in., June 25, 188(5. 



GRADUATES. 



1870. 

KJi I '. < 'ook, Muscatine, Iowa. 
John J. Stnbbs, ( hnaha, Nebraska. 

1871. 

Walter 1). Jones, Dayton, Ohio. 

: Alvin II. Jenkins. 

I. Mac.y Oood, Wabash. 

< '■ H, Nixon, Ly mi v ilk-, Iowa. 

It. ( ). lioimc, Frankfort. 

1 "alias Sisson, < 'icero. 

Mary \ r . I >:i llcngci'l ISarnard) New Cast If. 

Louisa Wickcr.-diam, Lewisville. 

Lida Kdwards (Sai.m i, Knightstown. 

IN? 'J. 

Lindlcy II. Johnson, I > fil.li. 

David II. I Icnlcv, Spieeland 
Jacob Hill, \rh». 
I It-iirv W. Painter, S|deeland. 
luiberl ( I. .M ii. hrll, San Jose, Cal. 

IS7::. 

Sncl if D. Talhcrl f Wfisflit), < ireensboro 

Aaron 15. r„.||, \i vl \ < > :| |^ |„ Wili 

J. Tiliiiiui I Iiiti-liins, Wabash. 

.John Pennington, Westlield. 

Man- Stubhs | Paink-r), Spicelandj 

Nathan Williams, K i.l-<- Kami, III. 

S. Carrie Talhcrl I NeiVhy I, Terre llanle. 

187 I. 

A I ice ( 'arv < 'ofl'ni \ Riisscl 1 1 Sprinir- 
lield, III. 

Klvira Spencer I Harold |, Richmond. 
J. I'. I'M wards, N'ashville, Tcnn. 
William S. Mollit, ( Ireensboro, 

Kdtt in < >. Kennard, < 'oj I mis. ( >hio. 

Nathan I .'osen herder, l-'airlidd, Iowa 
W. Jackson, KnighisloAi n. 
I>.C. Mitchell, Sao Jose, Cal. 

is;."). 

W. W. Oregg, What Oliecr, Iowa. 
William ( '. Pidgeon, Nettle ( 'reck. 
I rvin Stanley, < 'arnicl. 

187(5. 

Milton Huberts, Spartansburg. 

1878. 

S. Ella Rogue, Spieeland. 



M. Hell ( 'handlers ( Ksies), Spieeland. 
J. Pinkney Mitchell, Spieeland. 
Tlionias M itchell, Spieeland, 
1'lora Moore, Lincoliivillc. 
John < ). Heed, Mi. Summit. 
William S. Seal'ord, Aurora, Neb. 
Fannie I'. Tliornburgh ( Parsons), Oak 
Park, III. 

1879. 

Jay A. Ruck, Raleigh. 
Carrie M. ( ioodwin, New ( 'astle. 
.Thomas New [in, S|>iceland. 

1 .SSI). 

J. Edgar ( loud, Spieeland. 
William X. I. ami., Vacaville, ( al. 
Maltic Latnb, Si. | lelena, ( 'al. 
Ada (Jrace Mnrphev, New Castle. 
Emma RelJc Roberts, Westlield. 
Ida May Roberts, Westlield. 
[•'rank Simmons, Spieeland. 
1 ,;\ m i rii Trm Mi n a I, Sa le m. 

lssl. 

Oscar I:. Raker, Williamsburg. 
( 'orrie Rogue, Spieeland. 
Minnie E. Ik'iiedict, Paragon. 
*'Jessc A. Si rait an. 
< : arrie Al. I 'ntliank, Spieeland, 

l.SNU. 

V rtlinr 1 1. Raily, Spieeland. 
.). New tun i la ina I'd, Spieeland. 
Darnel Rogue, Siiiee land. 
Ilattie 10, I lickinsoii, Spieeland. 
Charles New I in. New London. 

ixx::j. 

Anna \l;n I Itidelson, ( Igdcil. 
R.vland Kailill, Marion. 
Julia Slall'onl, ( ireensboro. 
Emily Weeks, Mcehanicshiirg. 

1884. 

Ella Sirattan, ( ireensboro. 
( 'ora Kirk, ( ireensboro. 
Virginia < irillin, I )nnreilh. 
Isadore Mall, Spieeland. 
William J nlian, Spieeland. 

( 'harlcs I!. Ncwhy, Xenia. 
* Deceased. 



CATALOGUE 



OF THE 

OFFICERS ANT) 8TUDE2N 




von Ti i k 

Academic Year 

1885-86. 



NKVVCASTI,,,- ,«„., 

OOUlilJfiil CO. PlilNT. 
leas. 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 



This School has been legally incorporated hy the Society of Friends, and is und 
the care of the following Board of Trustees: 

ELISHA B. RATCLIFF, President. JESSE GORDON. 
HENRY W. PAINTER, Secretary. SARAH E. TAYLOR. 

MATT IE A. WHITE, Treasurer. CYRUS RAT LIEF. 



INSTRUCTORS. 



WM. P. PJNKHAM, A. M., Sui'Eiti ntenwent, 
Teacher of Natural Sciences, Metaphysics, and Theory and Practice of Teaching. 

WM. EARL MORGAN. II., 
Teacher of Languages and Mathematics. 

• HANNAH E. DAVIS, 

Teacher of English Literature, History, and Botany. 

ELLA I500UE, 
Teacher of Seventh Year Pupils. 

DORA GILBERT, 
Teacher of Sixth and Fifth Years. 

CARRIE UNTIIANK, 
Teacher of Fourth Year. 

KATIE C. SHERIDAN, 

Teacher of Third Year. 

ELLA WILLIAMS, 
Teacher of Second and First Years. 



PUPILS. 

HIGH SCHOOL. 



SENIORS, 

L. Winnie Bailey Spiceland. 

Mattie E. Brown Spiceland. 

Richard N. Broadbent Spiceland. 

Elbert S. Griilin Dunrcith. 

Alonzo C. Hodson , .Spiceland. 

John L. McNew Maple \ alley. 

Rnssel Ratliir Marion. 

SECOND YEAR. 

--Herbert T. Bailey Spiceland 

.-Clarence Beard Spiceland 

_ Anna lv. Bogue Spiceland. 

Blanche Bratldock Willow Branch. 

Elwood Barnard Spiceland. 

...Hannah E. Brown Baton, Iowa. 

Charles Cannaday ■ • • Spiceland. 

Linnie Compton Spiceland. 

Lizzie S. Hiatt Spiceland. 

Charles F. Jenkins. < Fountain City. 

Abraham L Miller Knightstown. 

Henry II. RatciirT Spiceland. 

EI EST YEAR. 

Rhoda M. Ballanger Spiceland. 

Josie S. Bogue Spiceland. 

Ofynthee L. Brown Baton, Iowa. 

Anna K. Edwards Spiceland. 

L. Elva Elliott Greensboro. 

Herbert I). Gordon Spiceland. 

Gertrude Gordon Spiceland. 

Suie R. Grillin Dunrcith. 

Marybelle Hall Spiceland. 

Milton Hammer Spiceland. 

Winnie Hinshaw Winchester. 

Adda Hodson Spiceland. 

George B. Jones Hamilton. 

Laura B. King Spiceland. - 

Gertrude II. i'inkham Spiceland. 

John A. Ratlilb Spiceland. 

Attic E. Kalclitr Spiceland, 

Harlan Ratlill' Spiceland. 

Edwin B. RatclilF Spiceland. 



4 



SPJCULANI) ACADEMY. 



Harmon Ray! ' 

Channing Rudy '.' Spiceland. 

Robert H. Thomas. Hagerstown. 

Allic Thomas . . . Fountain City. 

May White Willow Branch. 

Eva Thurston '.'. Spiceland. 

Lucy Wilson Hagerstown. 

• ' • t's Spiceland. 



NORMAL DEPARTMENT. 



AT n i i • SECTION I. • 

Alice Baldwin 

L. Carl Barnard Knightstowa, 

Paulena Branson Spiceland. 

Minnie Chandler. . Anderson. 

Stella Franklin.. Dunreith. 

Oliver M. Keesling.! . '. . . Anderson. 
Win. S. Mauzey Sfcchanicsburg. 

John A. Miller.. ....... ' Markleville. 

Henry Newhy ' New Lisbon. 

Laura Rent Spiceland. 

' " Pendleton. 

wn xt i> SECTION II. t 

vv ill N. Bowers 

Charles E. Byrkett Middletown. 

Boy Callahan Maple Valley. 

Nellie Gray \\ Knightstown, 

Adda L. Gregg. . Ovid. 

Charles N. Hardy . . West Alexandria, O. 
Emma E. Leakey. . Markleville. 

Love Leakey New Lisbon. 

Lorin L. Lea veil N °w Lisbon. 

Emcntre II. Lovett... Middletown. 

Anna Mills Mcchanicsburg. 

Wm. E. McCormack Greensboro. 

Lambert Mofiit Markleville. 

Morton Painter. ... Beeson. 

Middlcto Wni 



1 Engaged in Training Lessons or Podago-lcs 
t » »nmi„ K mostly itovl* stuclte*, preparatory to Teaching. 



GRAMMAR DEPARTMENT. 



Emma A. Black 
Cora Bogue. 



SKCONJ) YUAK. 



Spiceland. 
Spiceland. 



j sriC.I'itANI> AOAPKMY. . 

i " Spiceland. 

Willie Bogue Spiceland. 

Delia Brandon Spiceland. 

Colfax Cannaday Spiceland. 

Geo. W. Cannaday Spiceland. 

John Chambers Spiceland. 

Ola Chamness i Greensboro. 

Herbert Cook ' Greensboro. 

John C. Cook Spiceland. 

Elon J. Collins .Spiceland. 

Belle Cox Dunreilh. 

Ida Cude .Dunreith. ■ 

John II. Cude Spiceland. 

Estella Deem Spiceland. 

Elmer Deem. .. Spiceland. 

Emery Edmundson Spiceland. 

Clara G. Edwards Middletown. 

Samuel Farrell. Spiceland. 

Lillie Gillgecse Settle Creek. 

Alice C. Gray.. Dunreilh. 

Emma B. Gninn js; cw Lisbon. 

Jesse Harris .Cadi/. 

Agga Jones,. E-ckn. 

Laura M. Keller Greensboro. 

Shiibal Kern Cadiz 

Horace C Lamb Spiceiand. 

Freeman Lamb Warrington. 

Levi McDamcls Spiceland. 

Jessie Payne . .. .'..Spiceland. 

Charles H. P.nkham Spiceland. 

Otho Focr '.Spiceland. 

0« a P6 ^ : '.'....Spiceland. 

llutus Rathfi Middletown. 

Wm. T. Reed Cadiz. 

Oris J.Pcese '.'..Greensboro. 

George Smith ....Greensboro. 

Katie Smith ....Spiceland. 

Frank Smith. ...Markleville. 

Charles R. Small ...Greensboro. 

Bennie btra ton ..Spiceland. 

Charles Stubbs ...Spiceland. 

Otis Stubbs ....Spiceland. 

Everett Stubbs ..Dunreilh. 

Einaiit A. Symons ...Dunreith. 

AnnaL. Symons Spiceland. 

Stella Symons Spiceland. 

Minnie Swam ..Dunreith. 

Fred leas. • . .Dunreith. 

Mary M. lcas.. ; ,. ...Spiceland. 

Rebecca Lnlhank MiddletoWn. 

Cassias Va.unatei .Spiceland. 

Eli E. Wilson 1 



SI'ICJSLAND ACADKMV. 



Mattie Wilson ... , ~ 

Omer Wood . . Middlctown. 
Sarah E. Youne. Mcchanicsbur 

rt JLnmreith. 

FIRST YEAR. 

Oren Black. t,i_ r „ , 

. ., ,, Ida JLeamori. 

Albert Brown. Qara Matthews 

Clara Brown. Qra M;ilikan 

Jesse Bailey. FrC(1 Newby _ 

L.nnie butler. Sc()tt p ocl , - 

William Cannaday. Minnie Poor. 

Earl Copeland. Earl pi(jas 

Ethel Copeland. C]ifton p arker< 

Emma Cannaday. Walter Rayl. 

W.lheCox. Lena Rayl. 

Nora Deem. Florence Rayl. 

Ernest Deem. Linnic g ^ 

Edgar Evans. Lonnie g ncef 

V\ arren Evans. Air,-, ,1 c. 

r , , , yviti ed bymons. 

lviilu Jidmiinc son. A, u;,. 

Fawcett. Ma Symons. 

H" 1 " ( r/ 1 '. < '? 11 ' ' Mcinda Trail, 

"arry (.nihil. r osie r Jnthank 

Ahcelliatt - Len ., Wisehart. 

V, ' Ami;i VVinslovv. 

Ca,cl) IIaU - Frank White. 



INTJSRMK 



Section U. 
Charles Elliott. 
Letie Rail ill'. 
Wan-en Wilson. 
Bertie Allen. 

section q. 
Arthur Ilolloway. 
Olen Payne. 
Gertie Parish. 
Arthur Symons. 

Section o. 
Minnie Allen. 
Elwooil Baldwin. 
Victor Barnett. 
Oscar Bogne. 
Rufus Chamness. 



ATE DEPARTMENT. 



SECOND YEAR. 

section p. 

Charles Beard. 
Fred. Bogue. 
Howard Bundy. 
Kenneth Fawcett. 
Arlie Hood. 
Fred. Matthews. 
Clarence Painter. 
Clinton Poer. 

MUST YUAR. 

Gurncy Lawrence 
Josie Pearson. 
Cora Pickett. 
Adelbert Poer. 
Willie Ratcliff. 
Nellie M. Ratlin: 



SI'lUKLANl) ACADEMY. 



Nora Clattcrbattgh. 
Walter Culbertson. 
Dollie Eastridge. 
Jennie Gordon. 
Leone Hiatt. 
Henry Hiatt. 
Rilla Jones. 
May Marks. 
Frank Matthews. 
Monta Spencer. 
Eddie Spencer. 
Jennie Spencer. 
Mollis Symons. 
Lonnie Wisehart. 
John Young. 

Section N. 
INiary Chamness. 
Ida Holloway. 
Mabel Hudelston. 



Oscar Symons. 
Newton Trail. 
Willie Weaver. 
Ella Winters. 

Sect ion M. 
Dan Barnett. 
Loot a Berry. 
Henry Foster. 
Alton Hastings. 
Emery King. 
Walter Kirk. 
Arthur I.i'.uiitm. 
John Mai ks. 
Everett Poer. 
Florence Spencer. 
Mary A. Thurman, 
Avery Winters. 
Lewis Yornv'. 



PRIMARY DEPARTMENT. 



Section L. 
Mary Eniininger. 
Grace Johnson. 
Angie Martin. 
Anna Mullen. 
Earl Manloye. 
Wallace Ncwby. 
] I attic Sears. 
Walton Sears. 
] ulia Spencer. 
Addle Young. 

Section K. 
Bessie Brown. 
Clinton Bundy. 
Everett Edwards. 
Mattic Gordon. 
Bessie Kirk. 

May Leamon. 

Section I. 

Alice Broadbent. 
Ora Cude. 
Roscoe Ld wards. 



FOURTH YEAR. 

Mary Marks. 
Cordie Mote. 
Ethel Poer. 
Anna Rat cliff. 

Section .1. 
Claude Copeland. 
Addie Edwards. 
Adella lluddelston. 
Otis King, 
josie King. 
Ethel Manlove. 
May Newbv. 
Alva Poer. " 
1 iertha Sheridan. 
Nettie Smith. 
I lattie Weaver. 
Can Winslow. 
Alma Young. 

THIRD YJCAR. 

Ella Hastings. 
Pearl Heacock. 
Elzo Perry. 
Glenn Pearce. 



H 



SPICELAND ACADEMY.. 



Carrie Jones. 
Minnie Lawrence. 
Anna Oakey. 
Gertie Porch. 
Robbie Synions. 

Section II. 

Clifford Brandon. 
Willie Carson. 
Georgie Evans. 
EHle Foster. . 
Frank Foster. 

Section f. 
Chester Barnett. 
Fred Copeland. 
Bettie Fegley. 
Daisy Iliatt. 
Charlie Iliatt. 

Maggie Jenkins. 

Arlo Lane. 

Mary Oakey. 

Walter Painter. 

Blanche Roberts. 

Cora Spencer. 
Mamie Spencer. 
Howard Swain. 
Henley Symons. 
Freddie Thurma'n. 
Ida Tiingate. 

.Sectlijii K. 

Douglas Hosten. 

section c. 
Coyt Ueeson. 
Debbie lid wards. 
John Evans. 
Walter Godfrey. 
Gazella Gordon. 
Jinimie Jackson. 
Eiastii.s'AIote. 
Hattie. Poor. 
Joshua Swallow. 
Pearl Synions. 
Frank Williams. 
David Winslow. 

Section i;. 
John A brains. 
Erin a Beeson. 
Jesse Bund) . 



Bertha Pinkham. 
Leroy Wadkins. 

Suction G. 
Albert Iliatt. 
Gertie Kirk. 
Maude Lane. 
Sebastian Lykens. 
James Otland. 
Clyde Pearce. 
Katie Swallow. 
Charles Williams. 
SJGCOND VIOAK. 

Nora Lamb. 
Sylvester Lykens. 
Arlie Martin. 
Zetta J/erry. 
John Poe. 
Eddie Poe. 
Purney Watkins. 
/ Flora White. 

Doskie Winslow. 
Charlie Writtenberry. 
Maggie Young. 

section D. 
Maude Elliott. 
Mary Johnson. 
Cora Ki/.er. 
Marion Koon. 
Joy Perry. 
John Spencer. 

FIKST YEA It. 

Charlie Swaflbrd. 

Gertie Swallow. 

Mike Swallow. 

Nora Swallow. 

Henry Symons. 

Frank Thurman. 

Lllie I'liurinan. 
Alice Thurman. 
Omer Trowbridge. 
Florence White." 

Section a. 
Grade Allen. 
Bessie Burns. 
Ollie Barnard. 
Jane Carpenter. 
Willie Caswell. 
Harry Elliott. 



SlUCELAIfl) ACADEMY. 



9 



Alfred Carpenter. 
Ova Carpenter. 
Willie Fegley. 
Eva Ilodson. 
Elva Ilodson. 
Francis Merida. 
Lucy Outland. 
Carl Porch. 



Ncal Harris. 
Josie Ki/ef. 
Floy Lane. 
Henry Lewis. 
Martha .Marks. 
Belle Owens. 
Clarence Pickett. 
Nora Williams. 




SUMMARY. 



HIGH SCHOOL: 

Seniors 7 

Second Year J2 

First Year.- 2 6 

NORMAL DEp't; 

Section 1 IO 

Section 11 x ^ 

GRAMMAR DEPV: 

Second Year 57 

First Year a 2 

INTERMEDIATE DEP : T: 

Second Year ^ 

First Year. 

PRIMARY dep't: 

Fourth Year . . . ^ 

Third 1 ear. 2 v 

Second Year 34 

First Year . 47 



SPICELAND ACADEMY. 

COURSE OF STUDY. 



First Year.— {leading, Spelling, Number, Language, Writing, Drawing, General 
Lessons, Morals anil Manners. 

Second Year. Reading, Spelling, Writing, Number, Language, Drawing, Oral 
Local Geography, General Science Lessons, Morals and Manners, Declamations. 

Tli i id Year, heading, Spelling, Writing, Number, Language, Drawing Oral 
Geography, (ieneral Science Lessons, Morals and Maimers, Declamations. 

Fourth Year. Reading, Spelling, Writing, Arithmetic, Geography, Language 
General Science Lessons, Drawing, Morals and Manners, Declamations. 

Fifth Year. -Heading, Spoiling, Writing, Arithmetic, Geography, Language, Les- 
sons in Science, Drawing, Composition, Morals and Manners. 

Sixth Year. Heading, Spelling, Writing, Arithmetic, Geography, Language Les- 
sons, Lessons in Science, Drawing, < 'om position, Morals and Manners. 

Seventh Year. Reading, Writing, Spelling, Arithmetic, Geography, Language 
Lessons, Lessons in Science, Drawing, Composition, Morals and Manners. 

[Cighth Year. Leading, Spelling, Writing, Arithmetic, (ioographv, Grammar 
Lessons in Science, Drawing, Composition, Morals and Manners. 

GRAMMAK S< TTOOL. 
Arithmetic, Grammar, 17. 8. History, Physiology, English Composition, Heading, 
Writing, Spelling, Geography Reviewed, Single Entry Rook-Keeping optional. 

men school. 





first v i:\tt. 


SKCONli y EAR. 


Tim: li YEAR. i 


TKIt.M. 


r. 


II. 


111. 


■ ' - 


II. 


in. j 


1. 


II. 


III. 


Mill he- 
matics. 


Algelira, 


yf 

Algdlira. 


Algelira. 


tieoni try 


•"JT 

i ieniii'lry 


1 ngo'try. 








Latin. 


ISi-gin. 
lessons. 


Ia'snoiis. 


HcaiTcr. 


< 'acsar. 


* 'acsar. 


Virgil. 


y. 

\ iigil or 

I'.nnk- 
Kecping. 






Unglisli, 


JCssiivs 
unit 
liccla- 
niivt inns. 


Unsays 
ami 
Dec. 


Ivssays 
ami 
Dec. 


Ivssavs 
anil 
Dee. 






Ithotoric, 


English 
Liter'turc 


1'u li] if 
Oration. 
Eng. Lit. 


History. 




i Seitoial 
1 1 istory. 


(Ji'iieral 
History. 




1 

ICngiisli 
1 lislory. 


X 

Civil 
(lovorn't. 






ilistorv / 
.if t 
C'ivili- 1 
/.H ion. 


Science. 


Natural 
IMiildHo- 

I'l'.v. 
Drawing. 




Zoology. 


< 'lieni'lry. 






(ienlogy 

and 
Miner* gy. 
I'syclio'ny 


Political 
Kconomy. 
Asii'on'y. 


Mw-aJ 
■^cienii.'. 
Hotany. 



REMARKS. 

The above course of study has been prepared with reference to those students who 



12 • HPICEI.ANl) ACADEMY. 



(Id not expect to pursue a college course, but who desire to acquire a knowledge of those 
branches which will fit them for active life. Special attention, however, is given to pre- 
parirtff xtudcrit.i for eolh'ye. 

English Literature receives special attention. The work consists of a brief history 
of the rise and growth of the English language, the history of the lives of the leading 
authors, and a critical study of parts of their works. 

In the Latin and Greek languages, thorough drill on the declension of nouns and the 
conjugation of the verbs, is given, and also on the application of the rules of construc- 
tion. The amount of work in these languages will be the same as that required by the 
college which students propose to enter. 

('lasses will be formed in the (ireek and German and French languages whenever 
a sufficient number shall desire to pursue those studies. 

Penmanship, Heading and ('(imposition will receive attention throughout the 
whole course of study. 



SPEC! A L DEPARTS ENTS. 



CIVIL ENGINEERING. 
This course includes Land Surveying, Leveling, and the practical use of the Transit 
and the Level. 

t :< >m mercial depa i :tm ent. 

In this department instruction is given in Penmanship, forms and uses of business 
papers, Single and Double Entry Hook- Keeping. 

NORMAL DEPARTMENT. 
Special attention will be given to the training of teachers. To this etui the first 
efforts will be directed towards securing thorough ami accurate knowledge of the sub- 
ject matter; then instruction will he given in I lit* methods of leaching, school oTgani- 
zation, and the philosophy of education, Kor those attending in this department the 
Priinarv and Intermediate schools afford an opportunity In I earn, both by observation 
and practice, the best methods of teaching. 

KATES OK TUITION. 

Per Week. 

Primary lleiiartment — l-'frsl Year $ .:;o 

Primary IhijMirlnient— St'oond Year , :s.-> 

Primary DejmrtnuMil — Third aiid fourth Years to 

Intermedial c Department , r i"i 

( oanimur Sejioof— I'irM Year <!"> 

Grammar Srhwtl — Second Year 7f> 

lllj;h Sehrtnl— Kirsl Year SO 

Iliuli School— Second Year DO 

Wj>\\ School— Third Year l.OO 

Normal and l'.cvicw ( lasses DO 

Commercial I »< > |>;trUlicllt l.OO 

Hereafter Special Review Classes will be considered as belonging to the High 
School, and charged accordingly. 

No deduction will be made fur absence after enrollment, except in cases of pro- 
tracted ill-health. In event of sickness notice must, in all eases, be given of the with- 
drawal of the pupil, as no deduction will be made until this is done. 

LITERARY SOCIETIES. 
There are three permanent Literary Societies connected with the school. The 
Lucernian, conducted by the ladies, and the Crescent and Gliseo Societies, by the gentle- 
men. Literary organizations are also sustained by the Intermediate ami Grammar 
School students. Care is taken to make students acquainted with the rules governing 
parliamentary bodies. 

LIBRARIES. 

There are three libraries in connection with the sehoool, which contain about two 



SPI('KI.\Nl> ACAPEMY. '° 



ousand volumes; two of then belonging to the Literary Societies, and the other to the 
eademy Association. Additions are made each year. 

READING ROOM. 

There is a reading table, to which all students have access. It is supplied with the 
catling periodicals, and a number of valuable papers. Cyclopedias and other valuable 
x>oks of reference are free to all. 

LE( TURKS. 

Lectures will be frequently given by the teachers, and opportunities are also offered 
for hearing distinguished lecturers from abroad. 

APPARATUS AND CABINET. 
The Academy is supplied with sufficient apparatus to be a valuable aid in study- 
in" the Natural Sciences; also a Geological Cabinet containing many valuable speci- 
mens which has been en la rued bv the addition of a valuable collection ol over twelve 
hundred specimens, purchased and presented to the Academy by its Alumni. 

BOARDING. 

The cost of boarding ami lodging the past year has been about $3.00 per week. 
Rooms can be rented hv those who wish ... board themselves, and the cost reduced to 
less than $1.75 per week. In a club the entire cost ol boarding, room-rent, light and 
f m '.|, can be reduced to $2.25 per week, or less, depending on the preference ol members. 

L< h IATH >N. 

The school is in the village of Spieeland, which is situated on the Fort Wayne, 
Cincinnati & Louisville Railroad, and two and a half miles north ol Dunreith, on the 
Pittsburgh, Cincinnati & Si. Louis Railroad. 

GENERAL ITEMS. 
The government of the school is based upon the idea that manhood is more than 

scholarship and self-respect and sell- itrol, on the part ot the student, are important 

heUnVin the formation of character. Greater stress is laid upon thoroughness ot in- 
struction and accuracy of knowledge lb; pot, rapidiu-ol advancement 

l„ Vrilhmetic, (iriimmnr, (Jeography and Algebra there are Iron, three to 
five classes each, so thai students can enter school at any lime and be classed according 
to their advancement. . . . 

l ',,r many veins the health of the students has been uniformly good. I here is proba- 
bly no lu^althier locality in the State. . - 
• Ttlc Friends ami Methodists hoth hold religious services on the Sabbath, and each 
m-iinlains a Sabbath school. , , , , 

\ sufficient number of teachers is constantly employed, so that large classes may be 
..voided and students mav receive personal attention during recitation. 

Fvuenses are as low as at anv other school affording equal advantages. _ 

The maivn-ers of the school are verv careful to make this an institution in which 

student- who nil! awav Ir home and it- restraint-, will be surrounded by good, moral 

influences and in this'thev have the co-operation of the citizens ot the village. 
Students are required to keep study hours during the evening. 
There are no beer, liquor, or billiard saloons in the village. 

No student whoso, influence is known U> have a corrupting tendency, will be re- 
tained in the school. 

DIPLOMA. 

Students whose conduct, is excmplarv, and who complete the course of study, and 
„„.,,'.,,.,. . m d' deliver a suitable liternrv production, will be furnished will, a Diploma, 
signed by the instructors and the president of the Hoard ol Trustees. 



CALENDAR. 

Fall Term begins September <>. 1886. 

Kali Term ends December 24, ISSU 

Winter Term begins J iinnary •">, 1887. 

Winter Terra ends March 25, 1887. 

Spring Tcrln begins April 1, 1S87. 

Spring Term ends June 24, 1887. 

Public Meeting of Alumni, 7:30 p. m., June 23, 1887. 
Commencement Exercises, 10 a. m., June 24, 1SS7. 



GRADUATES. 



1S70. 

Eli U. Cook, Muscatine, Iowa. 
John J.Btubbs, Omaha, Nebraska. 

1871. 

Walter I>. Jones, Dayton, Ohio. 
' Alvin 11. Jenkins. 
I. Mae.v < iooil, Wabash. 
(.'. K. Nixon, Lynnville, Iowa. 
K. < •■ Boone, Frankfort. 
Dallas Sisson, Cicero. 
Mary V. liallenger I Barnard). New Caslle. 
Luinsa Wickersiiam, Lcwisvillo. 
Lida Edwards [ Saint), Ivnightstown. 
1872. 

Lindlev II. Johnson, Dunreith. 
David II. Henley, Spiceland. 
Jacob Hill, Arba. 
] lenrv W. Painter, Spireland. 
Robert G. Mitchell, San Jose, California. 
1873. 

Sadie D. Talbert I Wright), Greensboro. 
Aaron B. Hell, Red Oak, Iowa. 
3. Tilman Hutehins, Wabash. 
John Pennington, Western Springs, Ills. 
Marv Stnbbs i Painter), Spieelaml. 
Naj.han Williams, Oswego, Kansas. 
S. Carrie Talbert (Newby), Torre Haute. 
1874. 

Alice ( 'a i \ ( 'ollin I llusholl 1, Springfield, Ills. 
Elvira Spo.neer I Harold I, Richmond. 
J. 1'. Edwards, Otis, Colorado. 
William S. Mollii, Greensboro 
Edwin O. Kennanl, Columbus, Ohio. 
Nathan Roseuberger, Fa i rlield, Iowa. 
W. E. Jackson, Knigbtstown. 
D. O. Mitchell, San Jose, California. 
1875. 

W. W. Gregg, What Cheer, Iowa. 
William ( '.' I'idgcon, Moorelaud. 
frvin Stanley, 1 lesper, Kansas. 

1870. 

Milton Roberts, Spaiiansburg. 

1878. 

S. Ella Bogue, Spiceland. 
M. I'.elH Chambers | Estos), Ann Arbor, Mich. 
J. Pinkney Mitchell, Spiceland. 
Thomas Mitchell, Spiceland. 



Flora Moore I Rraidy), < Ulead. 
John O. Reed, East Saginaw, Michigan. 
William S. Seaford, Aurora, Nebraska. 
Fannie 1'. Thornburgh I Parsons ), Oak 
Park, Lllinois. 

1879. 

jay A. Buck, I »unreiih. 
Carrie M. (loodwiu, New Castle. 
Thomas Newlin, 1 1 averford, College, l'a. 
1880. 

J. Edgar < 'loud, Spiceland. 
William N. Lamb, Vaeaville, California. 
Mattie Lamb (Ouilandi, New Orleans, La. 
\da C.race Murphev, New Castle. 
Emma Belle Huberts, West held. 
Ida May Huberts, Wosilield. 
Frank Syuions Sp Iceland. 
Lamira Ti'Ueblood, Salem. 

1881. 

Oscar R. Laker. William-burg. 
Corrie Bngue, Spiceland. 
Minnie E. Benedict i lttankeiisliip),Paragon. 
* J esse A. Stratum. 
Carrie M. Fnthank, Spiceland. 

1882. 

Arthur II. Haily, Haverlord College, Pa. 
J. Newton. Laniard. Middletown. 
Harriet Boguc Newlin , Frankfort. 
Mattie E Dickinson, Spiceland. 
( 'harles Newlin, Frankfort, 
1883. 

Anna May Iludelson i Foster), Ogden. 
Kvland Hatlili; Marion. 
Julia Stafford iShugart), Marion. 
Emily Weeks. Mecluuiicsburg. 

1884. 

Ella Straitan, < Ireensboro. 
'(loi.: Kirk. 

Virginia » irillin, 1 hinreith. 
Isadorc Hall, Spiceland. 
William Julian, Spiceland. 

Charles !'». Newby, Earlham College. 
1885. 

Marv L. Blown, Spiceland. 
Alfred Y. King, Spiceland. 
Oliver C. Steele, Dunreith. 

•■■ t)t!i:c-ast!tl. 



CATALOGUE 



OF THE 



Officers and Students 



01< 



SPICELAND ACADEM V 

Spiceland, llunry Co., Indiana, 



FOR THE 



ACADEMIC YEAR 

1BBG-BY. 



11)1 (Ml 



NEW CASTLE, INI).: 

COURIER COMPANY PRINT. 
1887. 



''Education is the chief defence of nations." — Eukki;, 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 



This School has heen legally incorporated hy the Society of Friends, and is tinder 
the care of the following Board of Trustees: 

EL1SHA B. RATCLIFF, President. EDWIN HALL. 

HENRY W. PAINTER, Secretary. J. P. ROGUE. 

MATT1E A. WHITE, Treasurer. CYRUS RATLIFF. 



INSTRUCTORS.. 



THOMAS NEWLIN, S.Ii., Sui-isiuntknuent, 
Teacher of Natural Sciences, Metaphysics, and Theory and Practice of Teaching. 

WILLIAM EARL MORGAN, A.M., 
Teacher of Latin and Mathematics first half year. 

WILLIAM McCRACKEN, A.B., ' 
Teacher of Latin and Mathematics second half year. 

EMMA R. CLARK, A.B., 
Teacher of English Literature, History and Botany, 

ELLA BOGUE, 
Teacher of Seventh Year Pupils. 

ELLA WILLIAMS, 
Teacher of Sixth and Fifth Years. 

CARRIE M. UNTHANK, 
Teacher of Fourth Year. 

OLIVE W. NEWLIN, 
Teacher of Third Year. 

RATI E C. SHERIDAN, 
Teacher of Second and First Years. 

H. LA VINT A BAILY, 
Assistant in Grammar School Department. 



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"Tt is bettor to know much of a few things than a little of many things." — EmVAiiD 
Brooks. 



PUPILS. 



HIGH school. 



GRADUATE STUDENTS. 

L Winnie Bally Spiceland. 

Emma Weeks Meehanicsburg. 

SENIORS. 

Herbert T. Raily Spicelaml. 

Clarence H. Heard Spicelaiul. 

Anna K. Bogue. Spiceland. 

Lindley M. Compton Spiceland. 

Lizzie S. Hiatt Spiccland. 

A brum L. iMiller -.Knightstown. 

Bert Smith • • • Westfiold. 

SECOND V10AK. 

Rhoda M. Hallengcr 1 Spiceland. 

Elvvond Barnard. Spiceland. 

Josic S. Bogue Spiceland. 

Hannah E. brown Paten, Iowa. 

Lizzie O. Brown Paton, Iowa. 

Jessie A. Butler Lcwisville. 

Abby M. Clark Carthage. 

John C. Cook Greensboro. 

Clara G. Edwards Spiceland. 

L. Elva Elliott Greensboro. 

Herbert D. Gordon Spiceland. 

}. A. Greenstrect Lewisville. 

Sue Griffin Dtmrcith. 

Mary belle Hall Spiceland 

Charles Julian Spiceland. 

Gerlrude II. l'inkham Spiceland. 

Attic 13. Katcliir Spiceland. 

II. II. Katcliir Spiceland. 

II. II. Ravi Spiceland. 

John Uatlill" Spiccland. 

"Koscoe Rces Tliorntown. 

Charles L, Stubbs Spiceland. 



6 HPIOELAND ACADEMY. 

Eva McNcw Greensbc.ro. 

Elisha McFarlan Dunreitb, 

Stella Manifold Pendleton. 

Ora Millikan Spiccland. 

Anna Mills Grcensbt.ro. 

Oma Moffett ' Bcesons. 

Bertie Newby Spiccland. 

Verna Phelps Greensboro. 

Ethel Pickering Cadiz. 

C. H. Pinkham Spiccland. 

C. E. Pleas Dunreith." 

John Poer Spiccland. 

Ore B. Poer Spiccland. 

Scott Poer Spiceland. 

Walter S. Rayl Spiccland. 

Lena Rayl .' Spiccland. 

Florence Rayl Spiceland. 

Rufus RatlilT , Spiceland. 

William Reed Middletown. 

Oris J. Reese Cadiz, 

Albert Reed Mooreland. 

Flora Reed Spring-port. 

Metta S Riley New Castle. 

Anna Rifner Spiceland 

Charles B. Riggs Mcchanicsbnrg. 

R. E. Sample. ... Knightslown. 

Dora Shaffer Greensboro. 

Addie Smith Wcstfield. 

Bessie Smith Wcstfield. 

L. A. Spencer Spiceland. 

Lohnic Spencer Spiceland. 

Everett Stubbs . Spiceland. 

Ida Stafford New Castle. 

Minnie Swain Spiceland. 

Mary Symons Dunreith. 

Emma Symons Dunreith. 

Adda Symons Spiceland. 

Alfred Symons Spiceland. 

Anna Symons Dunreith. 

Bert C. Teas Dunreith. 

Mary Teas Dunreith. 

Emma Thomas Traverse City, Mich. 

Clara Titus Wilkinson. 

Charles Titus . . . . ; Wilkinson. 

Rebecca Unthank Spiceland. 

Fannie Walton Pendleton. 

Archie Walker Markleville. 

Lulu Welch Dunreith. 

Frank S. White Spiccland 

Lena Wisehart Spiceland. 

Dow Williams Cadiz. 



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Alviu Winters. . c ■ , 

Lena Vaughan spiccland. 

Sarah Young Whitestown. 

° Spiceland. 

FIKST VJEAK. 

Section U. 

Oren Black. Lonnie Wisehart. 

Ernest Deem. sections. 

Ina Heacock. Charlie Beard. 

Fred Newbv . Howard Bundy. 

Dora Osbori). A rile Hood. 

Olen Payne. Arthur Hollo way. 

Letie Rati iff Clarence Painter. 

Warren Wilson. Gertie Piirrish. 

Suction 'j'. Arthur Symons. 
Fred Bogue. 



INTERMEDIATE DEPARTMENT. 



Section K. 
Nora Deem. 

John Elliott. 
Henry Hiatt 

Ollie Porch. 

Eddie Spencer. 

Lida Spencer. 

Morris Symons. 
Section <j. 

Victor Harnett. 

Oscar Bog tie. 

Mary Charmless. 

Nora Clatterbaugh. 

Leon a Hiatt. 

Frank .Matthews 

May Marks. 

Willie Ratclitr. 
Oscar Symons. 
John Young 
Section i'. 
Leota J4c i i v. 
Rufus Chamness. 
A. D. Eastridge. 
Jennie Gordon. 
Medc Johnson. 
P ilia Jones. 
Chester Keen. 
Fred Matthews. 
Everett Poer. 



Clint Poer. 
Nellie Pallid. 
Montic Spciicer. 
Ellen Winters. 
Section 0. 

Lelia Allen. 

Henry Foster. 

Alton Hastings. 

Ida HoUowav. 

Emory King. 

Florence Spencer. 

Avery Winters. 

Lewis Young. 

Section N. 
Dan Harnett. 
Arthur Hammogd. 
Uv;i Ilinshaw. 
Cora Hodson, 
Oracle loTmsoh. 
Walter" Kirk. 
Gurney Lawrence. 
Arthur Leamon. 
John Marks. 
Anna Mullen. 
May Newby. 
Alva Poer. 
Julia Spencer. 
Ilattie Seais. 



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SI'iCliLAND ACAI'KMY, 



Walton Sears. 
Grace Smith. 
Mary Thurman. 
Eddie Young. 

Section M. 
Bessie Brown. 
Clint Bundy. 
Claud Copcland. 
Addie Edwards. 
Mattie Gordon. 



Otis King. 
Bessie Kirk. 
May Leamon. 
Orville Lowry. 
Cordie Mote. 
Ethel Poer. 
Alva Poer. 
Anna Ratcliir. 
Fred Rifner. 



PKIMAKY DEPARTMENT. 



Section L. 
Rollin Brothers. 
Willie Carson. 
Josie King. 
Mary Marks. 
Bertha Sheridan. 
Carrie Winslow. 

Section K. 
Arthur Ay res. 
Bertie Hiilshaw. 
Carrie Junes. 
Ralph King. 
Mahel Newhy. 
Gertie Porch. 
Robby Symons. 

section J. 
Clifford Brandon. 
Alice Broadbent. 
Fred Copeland. 
Ora Cude. 
George Evans. 
Bettie Fegley. 
Frank Foster. 
Eva Gray. 
Pearl Ileacock. 
Lee Keiser. 
Minnie Lawrence. 
Anna Oakey. 
Walter Painter. 
El/.o Perry. 
Glen Pierce. 
Clyde Pierce. 
Bertha Pink ham. 
Leroy Wad kins. 
Charley Williams. 



Section I, 
Roy Allen. 
Irene Deem. 
Eilie Foster. 
Ella Hastings. 
Albert Hiatt. 
Maggie Jenkins. 
Gertie Kirk. 
Maud Lane. 
Arlo Lane. 
Charles Peters. 
Ethel Rifner. 
Blanche Roberts. 
Mamie Spencer. 
Katie Swallow. 
Henley Symons. 
Alice White. 

section H. 
Chester Barnett. 
Daisy Hiatt. 
Charles Hiatt. 
Douglass Hostin. 
Herbert King. 
Sebastian Lykens. 
Howie Swain. 
Charles W r i g h t e n b e r ry . 

Section G. 
Marion Coon. 
Eddie Harris. 
Catherine Keiser. 
Cora Keiser. 
Nora Lamb. 
Mary Oakey. 
Zelta Perry. 
John I'oe. 



sl'in:i,.\M> ACAWKMY. 



Eddie Poe. 
Albert Reed. 
Cora Spencer. 
Fred Thurman. 
Dusky Winslow. 

Secflnji K. 

Maud Elliott. 

Kov Eslell. 

Willie Fegley. 

Elva I lodson. 

Mary Johnson. 

Sylvester Lykens. 

Belle ( )wens, 

IJattie Poer. 

Mike Swallow. 
John Spencer. 

Ida Tung-ate. 

Pearl Wadkins. 

Section (5. 
Jessie IJumlv. 
John Evans. 
John Eslell. 

Zcll.'l ( Mil don. 

A i lie Martin. 

Orestus Mote. 

Ivy Perry. 
Joshua Swallow. 

Pearl Symons. 

Davi<l Winslow. 

Florence White. 

Section |). 
Grace Allen. 
Jane < arpenter. 
Pay Carson. 

Walter Kdw.ods. 
Walter ( Jodf'rcv. 
Eva I lodson, 
Alice Thin iiian. 
I'-llie Thin in.ii). 
Nora Williams. 

Section e. 
John Ahr.ims. 



Maggie Ashby. 
Ira Brewer. 
Lena Bundy. 
Alfred Carpenter 
( )va Carpenter 
( )tis Cox. 
I lotnet Fasti idge 
Blanche < >i illin. 
b'hn Jackson. 
Beit Kinj;. 
1 .illie Kin»r. . 
Flov Latie 
Maitha Marks, 
Carl Porch 
Klhelena Pickett. 
Willie KatlifV. 
( )nier Ti owbrhpr 

SnllDh 1!. 

I >essie Bui ris. 

Lizzie Bccson. 

Harry Elliot t 

Ncal Harris, 

( Mi vcr K cen. 

Fioi cue K ing 

Vernfe Kin^. 
Josie Keiser. 

Alva Lane 

Pay Leamon 

Richard Lowry. 

Fi ancis Mci i ( |a, 

Maud i'ei rv. 

Section A. 
Ola Ashby. 
Frank Feglcv. 
( -oia I lolcomhe. 
Flhel Martin. 
Jakie S< ;n brow. 
N oi a Swallow, 
Fi ;iiik Tlnii'inai). 
Willie Tun^ate. 
FI" vrl Winslow. 
Grace Williams. 



SUMMARY. 



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HIGH SCHOOL: 

Gnuluate Students .... 2 

Seniors 7 

Second Year 3.4 

First Yeai' 31 64 

NORMAL DJSl'AKTMKNT: 21 

GtfAMMAll SCHOOL: 

Second Year 05 

First Year. 17 102 

I N"I HUM EDI All'. IHO'AKTMENT: 70 
I'KIMAItY DIJl'AIM 'ME NT: I43 



Total, 



it is well to think well. It is divine to act well."— II, Mann. 



SI 'ICELAND ACADEMY. 



COURSE OF STUDY. 

First Year.- Reading Spelling, N' umber, Language, Writing, Drawing General 
Lessons, Morals and Maimers. 

Second Year. Reading, Spelling, Writing, Number, Language, Drawi-i" O rl j 
Local Geography, General Science Lessons, Morals am) Manners, declamations 

Third Near. Reading, Spelling, Writing Number, Language, Drawin" <),■■,] 
(ieograpliy, (ieneral Science Lessons, Morals and Manners, I leclamations 

Fourth Year. Reading, Spelling, Writing, Arithmetic, (icograpiiv Lan-irme 
(ieneral Science Lessons, Drawing, Moral-, and Manners, Declamations. 

Fifth _ Year. Reading, Spelling, Writing, Arithmetic, (icograpiiv, Laii"iia"e les- 
sons in Science, Drawing, Composition, Morals and Manners. 

Sixth Year.— Reading, Spelling, Writing, Arithmetic, Geography, Language L s- 
sons, Lessons in Science, Drawing, (.'(.imposition, Morals and Manners! ' 

Seventh Year. Reading, Writing, Spelling, Arithmetic, Geography, Language Les- 
sons, Lessons in Science, Drawing, Composition, Morals and Manners. 

Fightll Year. Lea, ling, Spelling, Writing, Arithmetic, (ieographv, Grammar Les- 
sons in Science, Draw ing, Composition, Morals and Manners. 

GRAMMAR SCIK >OL. 



Arithmetic, Grammar, United States History, Rliysiologv, English Composition 
Leading, \\ riling, Spelling, I ieograj.hy reviewed, Single Entry IJook-'keeping— optional.' 

high school. 





FIRST YEAH. 


SKCONIi VI 


Alt. 


THIRD YEA H. 


TUltM. 


I. 


n. 


III. 


r. 


II. ' 




I. 


II. 


in. 


Matln- 
nialii's. 


Algilna. 


Algelto. 


Algebra. 


( ieomel |") 


I iruiiii't it 


Trigo- 
iiiiiiii/l ry. 








Lalin. 


1U Kin 

I-CHSOIIX; 


L'SMHIS. 


Header. 


Cirsnr. 


Cirsar. 


Virgil. 


Virgil in 

Itool;- 
K veiling. 






English. 


Kssavs 

.'Mill 1 )'(■(•- 

laiiial ions 


Essays 
ami l>n- 
lainations 


Kssavs 
anil I-l'ec- 
lamalion.s 


Essays 
ami I)V<- 
laiiiation.s 






Rhetoric. 


English 
Literature 


1'iii.iit 

Oration. 
Eng. Lit. 


History. 




( ioiicriil 
1 1 islory. 


(Ieneral 
History. 




English 
History. 


Civil 
( loveni't. 






Historv 
of 1 iviii- 
ssip'un, 


i 

Si-irlMi", I 


Natural 

'•"":;;;,o! 

Hi.im in;; 1 




Z.,.,l„,y. 

1 


• 'liciiiis- 
11 y. 




1 


(ieol.^v 
mil Mln- 
eRildgn 

Nyello.'gyj 


I'oliliinl | 

Krolioin v. 1 
AMroii'y.l 


Moral 
lli-liiily, 



REM U!KS ON COCKS).; (>].• s'I'CDY. 
Tl "' ;,Uv ' m * M, " lv Its* been prepared with reference to llms,- stiidcnts win. 



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Sl'I<:i:i.ANI> ACAHKMY. 



do not expect tn pursue a college course, but who desire to acquire a knowledge of those 
branches which will tit them for active life. Sjjecial attention, however, is given to />rr- 
pui'int) xtiLtleiits Jiii' colU'ye, 

Classes will be formed in the Greek and (ierman and French languages whenever a 
sullicicnt nuinber ilesirc to pursue those studies. 

Penmanship, Reading and Composition will receive attention throughout the whole 
course of study. 

At the close of the winter term the members of the second year High School class 
hold an exhibition, for which each member prepares an essay, oration or declamation, 
and the public speakers are chosen from the number. 

ENGLISH. 

Besides the usual work in English Grammar, special attention 'is paid to English 
Composition, which is preparatory to the work in Rhetoric. This consists of a stud v of 
Grammatical Purity, Choice and Use of Words, and Kinds of Composition, with practi- 
cal exercises in each. Knglish Literature receives careful attention. The work consists 
of a brief history of the rise and growth of the Knglish language', a history of the lives 
and times of the leading authors, and a critical study of selections from their writings. 
The aim is to create a taste for good literature. 

L VTI'N. 

In order to receive a diploma a student must have at least two years work in Latin 
or in special cases, equivalents may be taken to fit, the student for college. Thorough 

drill on the declension of nouns and adjectives and" tin njugations of verbs, is given 

also on the application of the rules of construction. The derivation of Knglish words is 
studied, and in the advanced work exercises in sight-reading are given. The intention 
is to make this study practical as well as disciplinary, 

HISTORY. 

Besides the work in United States History in the (irammar School, a thorough 
foundation is laid in General History, Knglish History, Civil Government ami the Phil- 
osophy of II istory. This course w ill open up to the student the deeds of mankind in :il| 
ages in their struggle for rational freedom. 

SCIENCE. 

The Academy is supplied with sullicielit apparatus to be a valuable aid in the study 
i of the Natural Sciences. In Natural Philosophy the subject is illustrated by many 
simple pieces of apparatus, besides an air pump, electrical machine, batteries, etc. In 
Chemistry students do practical work in the Laboratory, which is well supplied with 
chemicals and apparatus for the analysis of unknown substances. Geology and .Miner- 
alogy are illustrated by a collection of more than twelve hundred specimens presented 
to (be Academy by the Alumni. In Zoology and Botany animals ami plants an- studied 
from nature, and systems of classification arc made prominent. In all the sciences ob- 
jects are studied as much as possible. 

MATHEMATICS. 

]n this study practical problems are given as much as possible, and especially is 
this done }ll Geometry. The students have the use of a surveyor's compass anil chain, 
and learn their practical use. Book-keeping and its practical phases of business papers 
and all commercial forms, is taught, and a student is prepared to take charge of a set of 
books for a business firm. 

NORMAL COURSE 

Special attention is paid to the training of teachers. To this end the first cflbrhi 
will be directed toward securing a thorough ami accurate knowledge, ('lasses in all the 
legal branches are formed each term, ami during the spring term special review classes 
are organized in which the studies are taken up topically and methods of instruction 
are discussed. I Hiring the spring term instruction is given in the science and art of 



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teaching, school organization, school management and the history and philosophy of 
education. A strong effort is made to infuse into those intending to teach the true 
teaching spirit. The true teacher must possess selu da rship and skill. To show how suc- 
cessful the Academy has been as a Normal School, it needs only to be stated that three- 
fourths of all our graduates have become teachers. 

RATIOS OF TUITION. 

I II 1 I' \' I kllll-l «*l > 1 lilllt _ l.'l I't. I \" ^ .. ^* 



Primary Dt'iiai'tiiieiit— Kirsl War < ■;„ 

I'l'iniary Depart men I — Seeniul Year ' . . . " •;',-> 

Primary l>t pailiaoiil— 1 Imd ami I nrlli } .; r 

IntcriiH'iliaU? l>c|mrtiiH'iit -- 

( riiiiimar Scl[')t:l— i' lrst V .vcr , ' 

(iramiiiar Selmol — Sivnml War -'- 

lliffli Sellout— Second War .' ' 

lhj;h ii I -,-J htr.l i :ar , : „, 

Normal ami Keview (lasses 

( omnii'rcia] Iii'iiai'tnu'iit |'|„, 



Hereafter Special Review Classes will be considered as belonging to the Hi"li School 
and charged accordingly. ** ' 

No deduction will lie made lor absence after enrollment, except in eases of protract- 
ed ill-health. In event of sicknes, notice must, in all cases, be given of the withdrawal 
of thi' pupil, as no deduction will lie made until Ibis is done. 

LITERARY SOCIETIES. 
There are three permanent Literary Societies connected with the school. The I u- 
cernian, conducted by the ladies, and the Crescent and (disco Societies, by the "entle 
men. Literary organizations are also sustained by the Intermediate and Grammar" 
School students. Care is taken to make students acquainted with the rules ■'overnino 
parliamentary bodies. " ° 

LIBRARIES. 

There are three Libraries in connection with the school, which contain about two 
thousand volumes; two of them belonging to the Literary Societies, and the other t.. the 
Academy Association. Additions are made each vear. 

HOARDING. 

The cost of boarding and lodging the past year has been about XMIO per week- 
Rooms .'an be rented by those who wish to board themselves, and the cost reduced to 
less than $1.7;) per week. In a club the entire cost of boarding, room-rent, Ihdit and 
fuel, can be reduced to S'J.IT) per week, or less, depending on the preference of members. 

L( K'ATION. 

The school is in the village (if Spicidand, which is situated on the fort Wavnc Cin- 
cinnati .Sc Louisville Railroad, and two and a half miles north of I lunreitll on ('he Pitts- 
burgh, Ciiicinnat i <v St. Louis Railroad. 

GENERAL ITEMS. 

As an aid to pupils in the preparation of their lessons, dictionaries, cvclopedias and 
other books oj reierenee are placed in the school room ami are free to all. Also the 
leading magazines and newspapers are furnished for the use of the students. 

Opportunity is offered to students, free of cost, of hearing good lectures on educa- 
tional and scientific subjects. 

The government of the school is based upon the idea that manh 1 is more than 

scholarship, and sel l'-rcspecl and self-control, on the part of (he student are important 
UwUtr ? 111 hirinalion oi character. Givalcr stress is laid U| horoughness of 'in- 
struction and ; uracy ol knowledge than upon rapidil\ of advaiiceiuenf. 

In Arithmetic, Grammar, Ocography and Alg. bra there arc from three to live class- 
es cad, term, so that students can enter school at any lime and be classed accordimr 
to advancement., " 

Lor many years the health of the students has been uniformly good. There is 
plolialily no healthier locality in the Stale. " " 



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SI'ICKLAND ACAIUiMY. 



The F riends and Methodists both hold religious services on the Sabbath and each 
maintains a Sabbath school. 

A sufficient number of teachers is constantly employed, so that large classes mav he 
avoided, and students may receive personal attention during recitation. 

lOxpenses are as low as at any other school alfordin^ equal advantages. 

The managers of the school' are very careful to make this an institution in which 
students, who are away from home and its restraints, will he surrounded hv good moral 
inlluenees, and in this they have the co-operation of the citizens of the village 

Students are required to keep study hours durin» 1 1 1 « ■ eveniu"'. 

There are no beer, liquor, or billiard saloons in the village. 

No student whose influence is known to have a corrupting tendency will be retained 
in (he school. 

DIPLOMA. 

Students, whose conduct is exemplary, and who complete the course of study and 
prepare and deliver a suitable literary production, will be furnished with a Diploma 
signed by the instructors and the president o|' the JJoanl of Trustees. 



"Literary culture is menial horticulture: II joins beauty to utility ami f ives fertili- 
ty, harmony and completeness to (he mind of its possessor." ' '. 



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GRADUATES. 



1870 

EM IT. Cook, Muscatine, Iowa. 
John J. Stubbs, Omaha, Nebraska. 

1871 

Walter I). Jones, Dayton, Ohio. 
*'AIvin II. Jenkins. 
I. Maey Good, Wabash. 

C. K. Dixon, Lynnville, lo\v;i. 
Ii. < i. Boone, IMoomiiigtoii. 
Dallas Si.-~.son, ( !ieeh>. 

Mary V. Ikllongpr (Barnard), New Castle. 
Louisa Wickershaui, Lewisville. 
Licla Edwards (Saint), Knightstown. 
1872 

Lindley H. Johnson, Dunreith. 
David II. Ilenlev, Spiceland, 
Jacob Hill, Arbi'i, 
Henry W. Painter, Spiceland. 
Robert ( 1. Mitchell, San Jose, ( lalifornia. 
1873 

Sadie D. Talherl ( Wright !, < Ireensboro. 
Aaron I!. Hell, lied Oak, Iowa. 
.). Tilman Hutchins, Wabash. 
John Pennington, Western Springs, Illinois. 
Mary Sinlibs i Painter), Spieoland. 
Nathan Williams, Oswego, Kansas. 
S. Carrie Talbert (Newby), Terre Haute. 
1874 

Alice Gary Collin ( HusseM), Springlielu, 111. 
Elvira Spencer ( Harold), llichmond. 
J. I'. Hd wards, Otis, Colorado. 
William S. Mo.fl.it, ( Ireensboro. 
L'dwin O. Kenna id, Columbus, < ) I ■ i • >. 
Nathan lioscnborger, Fairfield, Iowa. 
W. E .Jackson, Knightstown. 

D. ( i. Mitchell, San Jose, < 'alilornia. 

1 H7. r > 

W. W. Gregg, Whal Cheer. Iowa. 
William C. Pidgcon, Mooreland. 
Irvin Stanley, llcs|>er, Kan.-. as. 

1870 

Milton Roberts, Sparlanshurg. 

] 878 

S. Kiln Bogue, Spiceland. 

M. Hell Chambers | Fsks), Ann Arbor, Mich. 

J. Pinkney Mitchell, Fresno, California. 

Thomas Mitchell, Spiceland. 

Flora Moore (Brady), Cilead. 

John O. Reed, East Saginaw, Michigan. 

William S. Seaford, Spiceland. 

•Deceased. 



Fannie 1'. Thornburgh (Parson.-). Oak 
Park, I ilinois. 

1870 

Jay A. Buck, Dunreith. 

Carrie M. Goodwin, New Castle. 

Thomas Newlin, Spiceland. 

1880 

J. Kdgar ( 'loud, Spiceland. 

William N. Lamb, Vacaville, California. 

Mattie Lamb ((Jutland), New Orleans, La. 

Ada Grace Murphey, New Castle. 

Emma Belle Roberts, Westlield. 

Ida May Roberts, Westlield. 

Frank Symons, Spiceland. 

Lamira Trueblood, Salem. 

1881 

( )scar B. Baker, Knightstown. 

( 'orric Bogue, Spiceland. 

Minnie K. Benedict i Blankenship), Paragon. 

( 'a rrie M . I 'nt hank, Spiceliind. 

* J esse A. St rattan. 

1 882 

Arthur II. Baily, tlaverford College, Pa. 
.1. Newton Barnard, Middlctown. 
1 lari id Bogue ( New lin ) Frankfort. 
Hut lie 10. Dickinson, Spiceland. 
Charles Newlin, Frankfort. 

1883 

Anna May Hudelsoh ( Foster), Ogden. 
Kyland Pallid', Fainnounl. 
Julia Slall'oi'd (Shiigarl l, Marion. 
lOmi'lv Weeks, Mi chanicsburg. 

188-1 . 

"Coi-a Kirk. 

Ella Si rattan, < ireensboro. 
\' i rginia ( i rilliu, Dunreith. 
Isadore Hall. Spied:, ml. 
William Julian, Spieola nd. 
Charles B. Newby, Mooresville, 
1885 

Mary I .. Brown, Spiceland, 
Alfred Y. King, ( ireeulield. 
( Hiver ( '. Steel.-, Spiceland. 

1880 

L. Winnie Baily, Spii eland. 
Matt ie F. Brow n, Spiceland. 
Richard N. Mroadbont, Spiceland. 
Libert S. < Irillin, I mnreilh. 
Alonzo C. Ilodson, Spiceland. 
John L. MeXew, Maple Valley. 
Russel Eatliffj Million. 



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CALENDAR. 



First Term opens September 5, 1887. 

First Term cutis December 21!, 1887. 

Second Term opens January 2, 1888. 

Second Term ends M;ircli 215, 1888. 

Third Term opens April 2, 1888. 

Third Term ends June 22, 1888. 

Public Meeting of Alumni, 7:150 p. in., .1 me 21, 1888. 
Commencement Exercises, 10 n. m., June 22, 1888. 



CATALOGUE 

OF THE 

Officers and Students 

OF 




Spiceland, Henry Co., Indiana, 



FOR THE 



ACADEMIC YEAR 



1BS7-SB. 



"Hducation should combine the positive acquirement of good habits and the 
native work of not practicing bad habits."— Kadkstock. 



NKW CAST1.K, IM).: 

COU1UBH COMPANY PRINT. 
1888. 



"More people are spoilt by a false education than ever inherited their corruption at* 
t«ad endowment from nature." — Rksewitz. 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 



This School has been legally incorporated by the Society of Friends, and is under 
e care of the following Board of Trustees: 

ELISHA B. RATCLIFF, President. EDWIN HALL. 
HENRY W. PAINTER, Secretary. J. P. BOGIIE. 

MATTIE A. WHITE, Treasurer. CYRUS RATLIFF. 



INSTRUCTORS. 



THOMAS NEWLIN, Suwhustbsmnt, 
Teacher of Natural Sciences, Metaphysics, and Theory and Practice of Teaching. 

JOHN E. PARKER, 
Teacher of Latin and Mathematics. 
HANNAH E. DAVIS, 
Teacher of English Literature, History and Botany. 
FRANCES BENEDICT, 
Teacher of Seventh Year Pupils. 

M. KM MA MOORE, 
Teacher of Sixth and Fifth Years. 
CARRIE M. UNTHANK, 
Teacher of Fourth Year. 
MARY L. TAYLOR, 
Teacher of Third Year. 
RATI E C. SHERIDAN, 
Teacher of Second and First Years. 
TERRELL WILSON, 
Assistant in Grammar School Department. 



"Education can only develop and unfold; it cannot create anything , l ew. ,, -Ro 9 ESK«AN/. 



PUPILS. 



HIGH SCHOOL. 



HICNIOKS. 

Rhoda M. Ballenger Spiceland. 

, „ T) Paton, Iowa. 

Hannah L. Brown 

r r , Paton, Iowa. 

Orvnthee L. Brown . ' 

' . . ., Lewisville. 

Jessie A. Butler 

T , r, i Greensboro. 

John C. C ook . 

i Spiceland. 

Clara G. Edwards 1 

, ,,, ,. Greensboro. 

L. Elva Elliott . 

, ... , Lewisville. 

J. A. < Ireenstreet . 

, . , Spiceland. 

Attie E. Ratchfl . , , 

H. H. Ratcliff. a "J 

II. II. Ravi ~ ^. ,Ce an , d - 

Charles L. Stubbs Spiceland. 

SECOND YKAK. 

T nr. Springport. 

Laura Benedict ' 01 , 

, „ , , , \\ lllow Branch. 

Blanche Braddock . 

, . , Spiceland. 

I< rank Copcland 1 . . 

bpiceland. 

Stella Deem . . , 

, bpiceland. 

Lawrence Gardner , 

, ., , Spiceland. 

Gertrude Gordon 1 

, .„. Dunreith. 

Sue P. Gnflm . , 

T „ ,,. Spiceland. 

Laura B. King ' . , 

rr > c- n 7nv Spiceland. 

Harlan S Ratlin o ■ 1 1 

. ,. ., ,, Spiceland. 

Otis K. Stubbs ' ... 

Dunreith. 

I; red 1 eas . . 

., . ,., ., Spiceland. 

M;iy A. \\ nile 1 

FIItST YE Alt. 

„ Spiceland. 

f\it:i HoL'UC * . 



.\Ai.'.\-AV.-A»m'A-- ".von yuidjycji t)WVlWhhM.-/'! :A i>«My. 

Rufus Ratliff. Spiceland. 

Albert C. Teas St. Louis, Missouri. 

Chal k's 15. Thompson Sulphur Springs. 

Everett Stubbs Spiceland. 

Stella Syinons Spiceland. 

M attic Wilson Spiceland. 

IltKE^jTliLY CLASSIFIED. 

Josie 8. Bogue Spiceland. 

Kttie 1 5 1 1 1 1 e r r Le w is vi 1 1 e. 

Maggie ( 'ather Anderson. 

Lulu Kdmtmdson ~i.ID.QI Spiceland. 

Lulu Kj »perly v A nderson. 

Manrine < Jardncr Spiceland. 

H. D. Gf)rdofrfl^.L»?.';i?.v.v.-.-.v.-.v.v.-.vv,-.-.v. Spiceland. 

Alice IIiatf ^?li f .^Ji ; .\l-.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.-.-.v. Spiceland. 

Vinton nMi!:L^!l\{\h-^r.-r.-.-r.-^.-^ Wilkinson. 

Zora nm^XfS^httmttMtmwft Wilkinson. 

Marybelle «S«ku^liAv//.v.v.v.v.v J> v.v Spiceland. 

Ada U<><\*nn[lV:k^\\i/.v^::.^.-;; Spiceland. 

Virginia I v.y.v.w. w.w.v. Sclma, Ohio. 

Alice ('. LatfWHtV/:!^::::::::::-.::: Spiceland. 

ISeriie Newbv'. , . , :. 1 :V!'.'.l^.-.-.v.-.-/;.-.-:.-.-.v.- Spiceland. 

Odessa l^iirier!:!'.'.'!'.'!^.-.-::::.-.-:.-::;;; .M iddletown. 

C. K. IMeas.J.Vh'ilr.V.'J?:::-.:-.-.::-.:-.:-.-.-. Clinton, Arkansas. 

Kdwin I!. Kafcirfe*U.%.-:f««w/«« Spiceland. 

L. T. Katclitl'. Spiceland. 

Charles 1!. Xlvf^niuya. Kennard. 

Kate S<iiillnU..v//)I!i.7/ ( ireenslioro. 

licnnic Si ra-litnnl ! uj.-r ( i reensboro. 

Alfred Syilliilftulxtbjft Spiceland. 

Kin in a Sy ii ikVwj; I .mui.-^ 1 )unreith. 

.Mary Teas..Jj.Wilyai'jH 1 >unreith. 

( 'harles TitiwWamutl Wilkinson. 

Rebecca I 'i!-l'hfi/fik>.i;jh Spiceland. 

Let ha N'eaclfilH.ljjiljr'. Springport. 

Lucy WilsoiiintJ.'lviip' Spiceland. 

Lid a WinsIudti.vtuu.U ( Jartbnge. 

Frank S. \Vhd)tff!;rjJi|c< Spiceland. 



.bnJil'joiijH... 

f a ^fr NORMAL COURSE. 



.Ln i: ['j-jii j . 

Benjamin Blituli!iol«j>. Miliville. 

Cora Hogue..dtLi..ii(! Spiceland. 

Delia liraiidilliuuiui! Spiceland. 

Cora M. V\tdvcr,l\KW^t Kennard. 

Ili/.a i;olliiWi.V:iLLl..l/:„ ......,....,,^....v.-.-.v.,-. Markleville. 



SVtClCl.AN!) AA'ADKMY. 



Inez, Crane Dunreitb. 

Joseph Elliott Kmghtstown. 

Will Hoover NTew Lisbon. 

Andrew J. Hupp Middletown. 

W, W. Judd Markleville. 

O. E. Julian Pendleton. 

Luey Manlove Snyder. 

"Will Mercer New Wsbon. 

Lester Painter Middletown. 

David Paul Hagerstown. 

A. L. 1'auley Wilkinson. 

Otho Poer.......: Spiceland.. 

Mary Postcl Muncie-. 

Charles Reeves... Wilkinson. 

George Schlenker '. Brookville. 

John II. Schlenker Brookville. 

Lillian Smith.. >"<-' w Castle. 

Floyd W. Stout Sew Castle. 

Ella Stratum Greensboro. 

Alice Thomas Willow Branch. 

Cora Thomas , Willow Branch. 

Vienna Cnthank : Middletown. 

Jennie Wise Franlcton. 

John Wise Frankton. 



GRAMMAR SCHOOL. 



Harry Allen Vaeaville, California. 

Jesse Baily Spiceland. 

Stella Barnes Fountain City. 

< harles Beard Spiceland. 

Emma Black ■■ Spiceland. 

Oren Black Spiceland. 

Clara Brown Spiceland. 

Ob, Chamuess Spiceland. 

Karl Copeland Spiceland. 

Kthel Copeland Spiceland. 

Bertha Cory Anderson. 

Christie Deem Spiceland. 

Warren Evans • Spiceland. 

Emma Gritlin Dnnreith. 

Albert Hartley Plainlield. 

Anhur Ilolloway Spiceland. 

Many Ice Mt - Summit. 

Anna KauOinan Cambridge City. 

K. (i. Lamb Spiceland. 







Hl'lCKhAStU ACAVVMY. 



Alva Leaky Markleville. 

Alba Lindamood Lewisville. 

Alta Lindamood Dunreith. 

I. A. Mauzy Markleville. 

Ora Millikan Spiceland. 

Enoch Nation New Lisbon. 

Fred Newby Spiceland. 

Dora Osborri Dunreith. 

Olen Payne Spiceland. 

Alonzo Philabaum Dunreith. 

Ore 15. Poer Spiceland. 

Scott A. Poer Spiceland. 

M, D. Poole Cowan's. 

Letie Katlitr. Spiceland. 

Florence Ray] Spiceland. 

Lena Kay 1 Spiceland. 

\V. S. Ravi Spiceland. 

Albert J. Reed Mooreliind. 

Anna Rifner j Spiceland. 

Obed Seward Markleville. 

Ernest Sisson Dunreith. 

Everett Sisson Dunreith. 

George Smith < rreensboro. 

Arthur Souder < < reensboro. 

Levi Staiiirn Cambridge C 

Adda SyiMOIh) Spiceland. 

Arthur Syinons Spiceland. 

Mary Syinons Dunreith. 

Clara Titus Markleville. 

Benjamin Tom kins Lewisville. 

Archie Walker Markleville. 

Jesse Williamson Raleigh. 

Ah in Winters Spiceland. 

Lena Wisehart New Castle. 

Warren Wilson Spiceland. 

I. E. Woodard Spiceland. 

Sarah Young Spiceland. 



I N T E R M EDI A T E DEP A R'J ' M E NT. 



Suction Y. 
Oscar Bugue. 
Victor Barnett. 
Nora Clatterbaugh. 
Walter Culbertson. 
Rilla Joins. 



Frank Mathews. 
Willie Rateliff. 
Bertha Stafl'ord. 
Mont Spencer. 
Morri- Syinons. 
John Young. 



.Nl'U'Kl.AND ACADEMY. 



SKCTION V, 

Fred Bogue. 
Eva Fansher. 
Arlie Hood. 
John Kennedy. 
Clarence Painter. 
Alonzo Wisehart. 

Section U. 
Howard Bundy. 
Mary Chainness. 
Jennie Cordon. 
Henry Hiatt. 
Leone Hiatt. 
Eddie Payne. 
< Jertie Parrish. 
Eddie Spencer. 
Waller Thomas. 

Section a. 
Eva Ayers. 
Lelia Allen. 
Leota Berry. 
Blanch ( 'ory. 
Adolphus Eaatridge. 
Ida llolloway. 
Emra King. 
Clinton I'oer. ' 
Everett Poor. 
Nellie Ratlin". 
Florence Spencer. 
Oscar Syinons. 
Avery Winters. 

Suction K. 
Belle ( iorbin. 
Rufus Chamness. 
Nora Deem. 
Uva Hinshaw. 
Fred Mathews. 
May Marks. 
May Tompkins. 

Skction 
( 'ora I [odsoli. 
(iurney Lawrence. 
Wallace Newby. 
Julia Spencer. 
Lewis Young. 

Skction P. 
Dan Barnett. 



Bessie Brown. 
Clint Bundy. 
Addie Edwards. 
Arthur Hammond. 
Grace Johnson. 
Walter Kirk. 
Elma Lawrence. 
Arthur Leamon. 
Anna Mullen. 
Alva Poer. 
Anna Ratcliff. 
II at tie Sears. 
Walton Sears. 
Mary Thurman. 
Eddie Young. 

Skction O. 

Lillie Bruner. 
Willie ('arson. 
M attic Gordon. 
Otis King. 
Ralph King. 
Bessie K irk. 
Ethel Poer. 
Gertrude Porch, 
May Leamon. 
Cordie Mote. 

Section N. 

Rollin Brothers. 
Frank Foster. 
Carrie Jones. 
Josie King. 
Mabel Newby. 
Fred Rifner. 
Bertha Sheridan. 
Leroy Watkins. 

Section M. 

Arthur Ayers. 

< llillonl Brandon. 
Elite Bennett. 
Ora Cude. 

< ieorge Evans. 
Betty Fegley. 
Albert Hiatt. 
Maggie Jenkins. 
Herbert King. 
Anna Oakey. 
El/.o Berry. 



8 



Ml'K'KI.AND ACADIC.MV. 



Clyde Pierce. 
Ethel Rifner. 



Kate Swallow. 
Wylie Whittaker. 



PRIMARY DEPARTMENT. 



Section L. 
Roy Allen. 
Alice Broadbent. 
Fred Cope! and. 
Eflie Foster. 
Daisy Hiatt. 
Douglass Houstin. 
Gertrude Kirk. 
Alio Lane. 
Maud Lane. 
Pearl Millikan, 
Mamie Spencer. 
Henley Sytnonn. 
Alice White. 

SECTION K. 

Chester Harnett. 
Jenny Daily. 
Irctia Deem, 
Pearl 1 [eacoek. 
Maria Hammond. 
Eunice I [ainmond. 
Charley lliatt. 
Sebastian Lykens. 
Agnes Loucks, 
Blanche Roberts. 
1 Iowie Swain. 

SECTION J. 

Eddie Harris. 

Belle < >« ens. 

Jiettu Perry. 

Charles Wrightenbnry. 

Suction I. 
John Estell. 
Belle Kennedy. 
Marion [Coon. 
Nora Lamb. 
Marp Lawrence. 
Eddie Poe, 
.John Poe. 
llattie Poer. 
Cora Spencer. 



Mamie Station!. 
Pearl Wadkins. 
Dosky Winslow. 

Section H. 
Ray Carson. 
Maud Elliott. 
Roy Estell. 
Willie Fegley. 
Elva riodson, 
J imioie Jackson. 
Catherine Keiser. 
Cora Keiser. 
Mary Oakey. 
John Spencer. 
Fred Tliurman. 
Nora Williams. 

Section G. 
Jesse Bundy. 
Walter Godfrey. 
Luther Fears. 
Zella Gordon. 
Mary Johnson. 
Orestes Mote. 
Iva Perry. 
Nannie Searbrough. 
Mike Swallow. 
Pear Syinons. 
Florence White. 
David Winslow. 

Suction V, 
Maggie Ashly. 
Ira Brewer. 
Alfred Carpenter. 
Otis Cox. 
Homer Eastridge. 
Walter Edwards. 
John Evans. 
John J ackson. 
Sylvester Lykens. 
Alice Thurman. 
Joshua Swallow. 



HI'ICIil.AND 

Section E. 
Lena Bundy. 
Maud Baker. 
Eva IlOdson. 
Floy Lane. 
Ethelena Pickett. 
Jennie Rifner. 
Willie Ratlin". 
M innic Stiattan. 
Eflie Thurman. . 
Percy Tracy. 

Section I). 
Grace Allen. 
John Abrams. 
Edna [Jerry. 
Bessie Burris. 
Lizzie Beeson. 
Ova Carpenter. 
Harry Elliott. 
Frank Fegley. 
Blanche Griffin. 
Neal Harris. 
Bert King. 
Josie Keiser. 
A lvie Lane, 
(jussie Martin. 
Cail Porch. 
I ,aura Fainter. 
Maude Ferry. 
( ierlie Swallow. 
Henry Sy minis. 
Jakie Searbrough. 
Omer Trowbridge. 

Section C. 
Susie Abrams. 
Anna Fellow. 
Florence King. 



ACADEMY. 

Vernie King. 
Francis Merida. 
Bessie Spencer. 

< 'barley Swafford. 
Nora Swallow. 
Ethel Pollock. 

Section B. 
Ola Asbby. 
Eddie Foster. 
Willie Hammond. 
Jesse James. 
Jackson Lykens. 
Fay Leanion. 
A Hie .Martin. 
John Merida. 

< Myde Ogbourne. 
Lydia Foe. 
John Swaggart. 
Pearl Spencer. 

Section a. 
Charley A le x an d e r. 
Alia Brewer. 
Claude Burris. 
( I rar,- ( 'hamness. 
Lora Carpenter. 
Tommy Carr. 
( 'ora I loleombe. 
Waller lliatt. 
May Kirk. 
Nellie Pllgh. 
Gertie Seaford. 
Grace Seaford. 
Arthur Thurman. 
Frank Tliurman. 
Floyd Winslow. 
Lonnie Wrigh ten bury. 



SUMMARY. 



high school: 

Senior? . ... 12 

Second Year 12 

First Year 15 

Irregularly Classified 32 71 

NORMAL DEPARTMENT: 29 

GRAMMAR SCHOOL: 56 

INTERMEDIATE DEPARTMENT: IOI 

PRIMARY DEPARTMENT: Lj3 

ijOO 

Counted twice: 3 

Total: 397 



"Progress is man's distinctive mark alone."— liitowNiNi; 



SPICELAND ACADEMY, 



COURSE OF STUDY. 



Fuwt Year.— Heading, Spelling, Number, Language, Drawing Writing, General 
Lessons. Murals and Manners. „ . . ... , 

Second Year.— Reading, Spelling, Writing, Number, Language, Drawing, Oku 
Local Geography, General Science Lessons, Moral., and Manners, Declamations. 

tmun Year. — Reading, Spelling, Writing, Number, Language, Drawing, Oral 
Ueo«rnpliv, (Scleral Science Lessons, Morals anil Manners, Declamations 

FoUtm Year.— Heading, Spelling, Writing, Arithmetic, Geography, Language. 
General Science Lessons, Drawing, Morals and Mam;. ,-, Declamations. 

K11 Tit Year.— Reading. Spelling, Writing, Arithmetic, Geography, Language, 
Lessons in Science, Drawing, Composition, Morals and Manners. 

Sixth Yeah —Reading, Spelling, Writing, Arithmetic, Geography, Language Les- 
sons, Lessons in Science, Drawing, Composition, Morals and Manners. 

Skvhntii Year.— Reading, Writing, Spelling, Arithmetic, Geography, Language 
Lessons, Lessons in Science, Drawing. Composition, Morals and Manners. 

Kmimi Year. Leading, Writing, Spoiling, Arithmetic, Geography, Grammar. 
Lessons in Science.. Drawing, Coin position, Morals and Manners. 

GRAMMAR SCHOOL. 
Arithmetic, Grammar. LniU'd States History, Physiology English Composition, 
Reading, Writing. Spelling, Geography reviewed, Single Entry IJook-Keepui 6 — optional. 

high school. 





FIRST VEAU. 


SIHONti YKj 


v l{. 


I J ! 1 1 : 1 > YKAli. 


TlillM. 


I. 


It. ~ 


ill. 


I. 


II. 1 


III. 1 




II. 


III. 


Mathe- 
matics 


Algebra. 


A gebra. 


Algebra. 


Geometry 


Geometry 


'.Trigo- 
nometry. 








Latin. 


Hegin 

Lr.-M.ns. 


[;cj«(iii». 


Rentier. 


Ca-sar 


Ciesar. 


Virgil. 


Virgil or 
Hook- 


















ICei ping. 


" " 6 








Essays 




_ 








I" ~~ 

! English 
Lin r'ture 


I'nliiir 


Kngllsli. 


and iiw- 
lauialioiis 


and llrc- 
lamatiulis 


and l>Ve- 
lamati'/iis 


11ml !>«•- 
lainai ions 






Rhetoric. 


( nation. 
'Eng. l it. 


History. 




( ieii'era) 
History. 


< iem-ral 
History. 


1 


English 
History 


Civil 

t ;i,v'uipiit 




1 
1 
1 
i 


1 History 
U>i l ivili- 

; /.llioli. 


Scic c'i'i 


'Natural 

„,,|,y. 
! Draw i hk 




Z. mingy. 


IMli'iuis- 
l ry . 






(ii'i/iugy 
ami Min 

I'Valt't'y. 
IVyerl n'gj 


1 rv-iiiic-d 

! Ki'ouimn 
' Astron'y 


Minul 

| H..tjny 








M A 


! ON COI'liSE < 


>K STCI 


>v. 






'I'll. 


above e 


ourse 0] 




i illi ivfcj 


encc to t 


hose stm 


('ills ft ho 



12 



BI'ICKLAND ACADEMY. 



do not expect to pursue a college course, but who desire to acquire a knowledge of those 
branches which will fit them for active life. Special attention, however, is given to pre- 
puvlrti/ xtii(lentn for college 

Classes will he formed in the Greek and German and French languages whenever a 
sufficient number desire to pursue thos»* studies. 

Penmanship, Reading arid Composition will receive attention throughout the whole 
course of study. 

At the close of the winter t rtn the members of the second year High School class 
hold an exhibition, for which each member prepares an essay, oration or declamation, 
and the public speakeis are chosen from the number. 

ENGLISH'. 

Besides the usual work in English Grammar, special attention is paid to English 
Composition, which is preparatory to the work in Rhetoric. This consists of a studv of 
Grammat cal Purity, Choice and Use of AVords, and Kinds of Composition, with prac- 
tical exercises in each. English Literature receives careful attention. The work con- 
sists of a brief history of the rise and growth of the English language, a history of the 
lives and limes of the leading authors, and a critical study of selections from their 
writings. The aim is to create a taste for good literature. 

LATIN. 

In order to receive a diploma a student must have at least two years work in Latin, 
or in special cases, equivalents may be taken to lit the student for college. Thorough 
drill on the declension of nouns and adjectives anil the conjugations of verbs, is given, 
also on the application of the rules of construct ion. The derivation of English words is 
studied, and in the advanced work exercises in sight-reading are given. The intention 
is to make this study practical as well as disciplinary. 

HISTORY. 

Besides the work in United States History in the Grammar School, a thorough 
foundation is laid in General History, English History, Civil Government and (he Phil- 
osophy of History. This course will open up to the student the deeds of mankind in all 
ages in their struggle for rational freedom. 

SCIENCE. 

The Academy is supplied with sufficient apparatus to be a valuable aid in the study 
of the Natural Sciences. In Natural Philosophy the subject is illustrated by many 
simple pieces of apparatus, besides an air pump, electrical machine, batteries, etc. In 
Chemistry students do practical work in the Laboratory, which is well supplied with 
chemicals and apparatus for the analysis of unknown substances. Geology and Miner- 
alogy are illustrated by a collection of more than twelve hundred specimens presented 
to thi' Academy by the Alumni. In /oology and liotany animals and plants are studied 
from nature, ami systems of class lieation arc made prominent. In all the Sciences 
objects are studied as much as possible. 

MATHEMATICS, 

In this study practcal problems arc gi\en as much as possible, and especially is this 
done in Geometry. The students have the use of a surveyor's compass and chain, and 
learn their practical use. Book-keeping and its practical phases of business papers and 
all commercial forms, is taught, and a student is prepared to take charge of a set of books 
for a business firm. 

NORMAL COURSE. 

Special attention is paid to the (raining of teachers. To this end (he first efforts 
will be directed toward securing a thorough and accurate knowledge . Classes in all the 
legal branches are formed each term, ami during the spring term special re view classes 
are organized in w Inch the studies ai'e taken up topically and methods of instruction are 
discussed. [hiring the spring term instruction is given in the science and art of teach- 
ing, school organization, school management and the history and philosophy of educa- 



SflCUI.AND ACADEMY. 



tion. A strong effort is made to infuse into those intending to teach the true teaching 
spirit. The true teacher must possess scholarship ami skill. To show how successful 
the Academy has been as a Normal School, it needs only to he stated that three-fourths 
of all our graduates have become teachers. 

RATES OF TUITION. 

Per Week. 



Primary Department— r'irst Year 5 .30 

Primary Department— Second Year to 

Primary Department— Third and Fourth Years -to 

Intermediate I >epart men I ■"'•> 

(iramniar School -Kirst Year "OS 

(irammar School — Second Year "fl 

High School— Kirst Year SO 

High Sehortl— Second Year 00 

High School - — Third Year 1.00 

Normal and ItevieV Classes !'0 

Commercial Department - 1.00 



Special review classes will be considered as belonging to the High School, and 
charged accordingly. 

No deduction will be made for absence after enrollment, except in cases of pro- 
tracted ill-health. In event of sickness notice must, in all cases, be given of the with- 
drawal of the pupil, as no deduction will be made until this is done. 

LITERARY SOCIETIES. 

There are three permanent Literary Societies connected with the school, the Lu- 
cernian, conducted by the ladies, and the Crescent and disco Societies, by the gentle^ 
men. Literary organizations are also sustained by the Intermediate and < irammar 
School students. Care is taken to make students acquainted with the rules governing 
parliamentary bodies. 

LIBRARIES. 

There are three Libraries in connection with the school, which contain about two 
thousand volumes; two of them belonging to the Literary Societies and the other to the 
Academy Association. Additions are made each year. 

BOA RDING. 

The cost of boarding and lodging the past year has been about So. 00 per week. 
Rooms can be rented by those who desire to hoard themselves, and the cose reduced to 
less than SI .75 per week. In a club the entire cost of boarding, room-rent, light and 
fuel can be reduced to S2.2."> per week, or less, depending on the preference of members. 

LOCATION. 

The school is in the village of Spiceland, which is situated on the Fort Wavne 
Cincinnati A: Louisville Railroad, and two and a ball' miles north of Ihmreith, on the 
Pittsburgh, Cincinnati cm St. Louis liaili'oad. 

LECTURES. 

Opportunity is offered to students, free of cost, of bearing good lectures on educa- 
tional and scientific subjects. The following lectures have been given the past year: 

Pies. I ). S. Jordan "An Ascent of the MaUerhorn. 

IV. A. Bell "Horace Mann." 

lion. Thos. II. Nelson "Mexico." 

Prof. W. .1. Bryan "A Theory of Life." 

Hannah P. Havis "Vesuvius and Pompeii." 

Lois G. lluH'ord "A Measure of Values." 

Pu s .1. .1. Mill- "The Relation of ( -hutch ami Slate to Mducnlion." 

lion. W. I>. Koulkc "Greek Literature." 

GENEWAL ITEMS. 

As an aid to pupils in the preparation of their lessons dictionaries, cyclopedias and 
Other books of reference are placed in the school room and are tree to all. Also, the 
leading magazines and newspapers are furnished lor the use ol the students. 



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Bl'K'ELANJ) ACADEMY, 



The government of the school is based upon the idea that manhood is more than 
scholarship, and that self-respect and self-control on the part of the student are import- 
ant factors in the formation of character. Greater stress is laid upon thoroughnt ss of 
instruction and accuracy of knowledge than upon rapidity of advancement. 

In Arithmetic, Grammar, Geography and Algebra there are from three to live 
classes each term, so that students can enter school at any time and be classed according 
to advancement. 

For many years the health of the students has been uniformly good. There is 
probably no healthier locality in the State. 

The Friends and Methodists both hold religious services on the Sabbath, and each 
maintain a Sabbath school. 

A sufficient number < f teachers is constantly employed, so that large classes may be 
avoided, and students may receive personal attention during recitation. 

Expenses are as low as at any other school a Hording equal advantages. 

The managers of the school are very careful to make this an institution in which 
studedts who are away from home and its restraints will be surrounded by good, moral 
influences, and in this they have the co-operation of the citizens of the village. 

Students are required to keep study bonis during the evening. 

There are no beer, liquor or billiard saloons in the village. 

No student whose iutluencc i.- known to have a corrupting tendency will be retained 
in the school. 

IHIM.O.MA. 

Students whose conduct is exemplary and who eoiihplete the course ol study and 
prepare and deliver a suitable literary production, will be furnished with a Diploma, 
signed by the instruct, is and the I'residciil of the Hoard of Trustees. 




"It is what the child does for himself and by himself, under wise guidance, tha 
educates him." — SwE'lT. 



GRADUATES. 



1870 

Kit V. Cook. Muscatine, Iowa. 
.Toll!) J. Stubbs .Omaha, Nebraska. 

1871 

Walter 1). Jones, Dayton, Ohio. 
* Alvln II. Jenkins. 
•I. Macy Good. 

C. It. Dixon, Lynnvllle, Iowa, 
u. ( limine, itiootnlngton. 

Dallas SlssOll, < lcero. 
Mary V. Ilnllonger (Marnnrd), Newcastle. 
Louisa Wleliersliam, LewlsvlltC. 
I. Id. i FU wards (Saint), Snyder. 

1H72 

l.tmlhM it Johnson, Diinrelt.h. 
David II. Ilenlej , Splceland. 
Jacob mil, Alba. 
Ilcnrv \V. Fainter, Splceland. 
Itotiei i Mitchell, san Jose, California. 

1873 

Sadie I). TaltiiTt (Wright), < ifcenStlOI'0. 
Anion II liell, lied Oak, Iowa. 
J. 'I 11 ma ii Uulclillis, W abash. 
John 1 i-iuilligtoit, Hes Mollies, Iowa. 
Man SI uhbs (Fainter), splceland. 
Nathan Williams, Oswego, Kansas, 
s. t attle rnlhort (Newuy), Torre Haute. 

1874 

Alice carv Collin (Russell), sprlnglleld, Illinois. 

Klvira spencer (Harold), Itlchniond. 

.1. 1". Kdw ards, Oils, Colorado. 

William S. Moftif, Greensboro. 

Kdwln o. Konnard, Columbus. Ohio. 

Nathan Kosenberger, Fnlrlieid, Iowa. 

w. k. Jackson, Knlgntstowo. 

D. G. Mitchell, San Jose, California. 

1875 

W. W. Gregg, What Cheer, Iowa. 
William C. Fldgeon, Mooreland. 
lrvln Stanley, Ilesper, Kansas. 

1870 

Milton Hnherts, Spartansburg. 

1878 

S. UUil Rogue, Spteetalid. 

M. Hell Chambers (Fstes), Ann Arbnr, MlClllga 

J. I'lnkney Mitchell, Fresno, California. 

Thomas Mltcliell, Splceland. 

Flora Moore (ISrady). (.Head. 

John o. Keed, Kasl, Saginaw, Michigan. 

William s. Seaford, splceland. 

Fannie I'. Thornburgh (Parsons) Oak Park, 111. 

1879 

.lav A. Pack, Du'nreltH. 

Carrie M. Goodwin, New Castle. 



Thomas Newlln, Splceland. 

1880 

J. Fdgar Cloud, Splceland. 

William N. J.amb, Vaeuvtlle, California. 

Mattle l.arnh (ontland), New Orleans, Louisiana. 

Ada Grace Murnhev, New Castle. 

Kmma lielle Roberts, Wcstlleld. 

Ida May Huberts, Westllold. 

Prank Syraons, Knlghtstown. 

Lamlra Tnieblood, Salem. 

1881 

Oscar R, linker, Knlghtstown. 

C'orrle llogue, splceland. 

Minnie I-:, lienedlcl (islankenshlp), Paragon. 

Carrie M. I'nthank, Splceland. 

'Jesse A. stratlan. 

1882 

Arthur II. Pallv, Camden, N. J. 
.1. Newton ISaruard, Mlddletown. 
Harriet llogne iNov. Un';, I' rank fort. 
Hattle Dickinson, Splci'laud. 
charier, .Newiln, Frankfort. 

1883 

Anna May Iludelson (Foster), ogden. 
Rvland Kntllff, Falrmount. 
Julia Stafford (Slmgart), Marlon. 
Emily Weeks, Mechunlcsburg. 

1884 

'Cora Kirk. 

1511a strat tan, Greensboro. 
Virginia orlflin, Los Angeles, Cal. 
Isndoro Hall (Wilsons S]iiecland. 
William Julian, Spleeiand. 
Charles 1!. Newuy, Moorosvtlle. 

1885 

Mary L. Brown, Splceland. 
Alfred V. King, Greenfield. 
Oliver C. Steele, Splceland. 

1886 

L. Winnie Bally, Splceland. 
Mat tie K. lirovvn, splceland. 
Richard N. liroadbenf. splceland. 
F.lberi s. (irlftln, Dunreit.h. 

AlOII/.O C. Hoi Nun, Splceland. 
John I.. McNcw, Maple Valley. 
Kussel RatlllT, Marlon. 

1887 

Herbert T. Bally, splceland. 
Clarence II. Heard, splceland. 
Anna K. HogllC, Splceland. 
Llndley M. conipton, splceland. 
Lizzie S. [Halt. Splceland. 
Abram I.. Miller, Kennard. 
Pert Smith, West Held. 



' l)r, ,<€ls<il. 



CALENDAR. 



First Term opens September 1888. 

First Term ends December 21, 18SS. 

Second Term opens December 31, 1888. 

Second Term ends March 22, 1888. 

Third Term opens April 1, 1889. 

Third Term ends June 21, 1889. 

Public Meeting of Alumni, 7::)0 p. m., June 20, 1888. 

Commencement Exercises, 10 a. m., June 21, 1880. 



$ PICELAND, INDIANA, is a thriving, growing 



Town of about eight hundred inhabitants, situated on the Ft. 



" A Wayne, Cincinnati & Louisville Railway, and two and one- 
<s/p|\9 half miles north of Dunreith, on the C, St. L. & P. Railway, 



in Henry County. Four daily mails; telegraph office. The 



^ location of an excellent Academy of high grade. A moral 



and temperance town; no liquor saloons. UNLIMITED SUPPLY 
OF NATURAL GAS! Natural Gas used for fuel and light of the 
town. Free Gas to manufactories; A very healthy community. 
Best of water. In the midst of excellent farming country. Gravel 
roads running in every direction. Plenty of good timber. Taxes 
low. Town out of debt, Mechanics busy. A Board of Trade to 
look after the interests of the town. Three large Libraries accessible 
to all. Cost of living small. Wjo want MANUFACTURES and Mows 
Citizens to locate HEhe. If you wish to he near an excellent 
school; if you want to change your location for any purpose; if 
you want to live in a good moral and temperance town ; if you 
want to engage in manufacturing, we want you uk'hk. Write to 
the Corresponding Secretary of the Board of Trade, who will gladly 
give you any information. 





CATALOGUE 



OF THE 



OFFICERS AND STUDENTS 



OF 



Spiceland Academy 

Spiceland, Henry County, Indiana, 



FOK THE ACADEMIC YEAR 



1888-9. 



"Education is the preparation for complete living." — Spknckh. 
"Education is the harmonious development of the physical, intellectu 
and rnm-al faculties." — Dkn/.hi.. 



NKW CASII.U, IN!).: 

COHltlKll COMPANY I'M J NT. 
1 880. 



"By the word education T mean much more than the ability to read, write ami keep 
oom*ion account**." — Horace Mann. 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 

TiuH School has been legally incorporated by the Society of Friends, and is under 
the care of the following Hoard of Trustees: 

ELISIIA JJ. RATCLI FF, President. EDWIN HALL. 
HENRY W. PAINTER, Secretary. HUGH GARDNER. 
MATTIK A. WHITE, Treami-er. CYRUS RATLIFF. 



INSTRUCTORS. 

THOMAS NEWLIN, Sui-kiuntendent, 
Teacher of Natural Sciences, Metaphysics, ami Theory ' and Practice of Teaching. 

JOHN E. PARKER, 

Teacher of Latin and Matlir.maticH. 

HANNAH E. DAVIS, 
Teacher of Eliylisfl Literal arc, History and Botany. 

CORDELIA BOGUE, 
Teacher of Seventh Year J'lijiilx. 

MARY E. WOODARD, 
Teacher of Sixth and Fifth Yearn. 

CARRIE M. LNTHANK, 

Teacher of Fourth Year. 

MARY L. TAYLOR, 

Teacher of Third Year. 

RATIE C. SHERIDAN, 

Teoeher of Second ond First Years. * 

TKKKKLL WILSON, 

Assistttnt in draw mar School Department. 



"Educational progress ban consisted in the adoption of higher ends and aims, and 
<>f improved principles and methods of culture, and in extending the a-rea of culture in 
the community." — Gill. 



PUPILS. 

HIGH SCHOOL. 



GRADUATE STUDENT. 

H. II. Rateliff Spieeland. 

SENIORS. 

Laura Benedict Springport. 

Blanche Braddock Willow Branch. 

Frank Copeland Spieeland. 

Estella Deem Spieeland. 

Lawrence Gardner Spieeland. 

Gertrude Gordon Spieeland. 

Sue Griffin Dimreith. 

Otis A. Stubhs Spieeland. 

May A. White Spieeland. 

SECOND YEAH. 

L. Ettie Butler Lewisville. 

Minnie Cooper Spieeland. 

Ida Cude Dunreith. 

Elmer Deem Spieeland. 

Maurine ( lardner Spieeland. 

Lola Pickett Spieeland. 

Edwin B. Rateliff Spieeland. 

Unfits Rati iff. Spieeland. 

S. E. Stubhs Spieeland. 

Beunie Strattan Greensboro. 

Estella Syinons Spieeland. 

Charles B. Thompson Sulphur Springs. 

Frank S. White Spieeland. 

' PIKST YKAH. 

Jesse Haily Spieeland. 

( 'lara Brown Spieeland. 

Leila Brandon Laura, Ohio. 

Ethel Copeland Spieeland. 

Inez Crane 1 Mmreith. 

Lulu Edmundson Spieeland. 

Benjamin J. Green Freeporl, Ohio. 



4 SPICELAND ACADKMV. 

Alii:e Ili;itt Spiceland. 

Alice C, Lawrence Spiceland. 

Fred Newby Spiccland. 

Leely Ratlift' Spiceland. 

Albei t J. Heed New Castle. 

Anna Rifner Spiceland. 

Alfred II. Symons Spiceland. 

Clara Titus Wilkinson. 

Cora Thomas Willow Branch. 

Al v in Ulrich Greensboro. 

IHKEGULAKLY GLASSIFli?!). 

( 'bailie Heard. Spiceland. 

Cora Bogue Spiceland. 

Fred Bogue Spiceland. 

Maggie Catlier Anderson. 

Montrew 1 )ay Mechaniesburg. 

Christie Deem Spiceland. 

Kin 1 11 a Deem Spiceland. 

Eva Draper ^ New Castle. 

Zora Ham Wilkinson. 

C. N. I lardy Marklcville. 

Edgar Iliatt < ireensboro. 

Sheldon Hickman Cowan. 

.'. Elbert Hudson Spiceland. 

Laura li. King Spiceland. 

Elislia MeFarlan Dunreith. 

I hivid l'aul Hagerstown. 

( Hen I'avne Spiceland. 

Vema Phelps Greensboro. 

Otho Poer Spiceland. 

Florence Rayl Spiceland. 

Naomi Roberts Charlottesville. 

Hubert A. Kobei-ls Charlottesville. 

K. R. Sisson 1 'unreith. 

George Smith ( ireensboro. 

P. K. Teas Dunreith. 

Mary Teas Dunreith. 

Alice Thomas Willow Branch 

Charles Titus Wilkinson. 

Lulu Welch Dunreith. 

Lucy C. Wilson Spiceland. 

Mattic Wilson Spiceland. 

Warren Wilson Spiceland. 

1. K Woudard Spiceland. 



NORMAL COURSE. 

Mary Bowman Muncie. 



SPICELAND 



ACADEMY. 



(Mara Brown Spiceland. 

, Lillie Canada Arba - 

Loretta Collier Milner ' s Corner - 

Nancy Cook Marklev.lle. 

Henry Corv • Mechaniesburg. 

Inez Crane Dunreith. 

Montrew Day Mechaniesburg. 

Alison Dougherty Muncie. 

Mamie (irillin Ogden. 

Zora Ham Wilkinson. 

Verna Hardin (Ireensboro. 

Sheldon Hickman Cowan. 

.1. Edgar Iliatt (ireensboro. 

Elmer Koons Messick. 

Clay H. Millikan Messick. 

Mattie MeCray Wilkinson. 

Lottie McKee Knightstown. 

John Miller Knightstown. 

David Paul Hagerstown. 

Otho Poer Spiceland. 

Cora Redding Ncw Cilstle - 

. | i> ( , t , (1 I New Castle. 

Cora Rhoades Knightstown. 

Clara Ryan Anderson. 

Cora Shelluv Nuw C:,slle - 

.John Strongh Sulphur Springs. 

Charlie Vuncanon (ireensboro. 

Ktta Wilkinson Wilkinson. 

Mattie Yale New C:wtle - 



GRAMMAR SCHOOL. 



Walter Ballenger Spiceland. 

Oren Black Spiceland. 

Linnie Butler Spiceland. 

Klsie Camplin (ireensboro. 

Marv Chamness .' Spiceland. 

Earl' Copeland Spiceland. 

Nora Deem Spiceland. 

Clarence Hall Spiceland. 

IVnlon Hamilton Hamilton's. 

Hcnrv Iliatt .rB.!&...... Spiceland. 

Leone Iliatt Spiceland. 

Nellie Ilodson Spiceland. 

Arthur Holloway Spiceland. 

Arlie Hood Spiceland. 



(I SPICELAND ACADEMY. 

Freeman Lamb Spiceland. 

E<] Lewis Markleville. 

Will Maiizy Markleville. 

Ora Millikan Spiceland. 

Kfla Moffett Ogden. 

Clarence Fainter Spiceland. 

Gertie Parrish Spiceland. 

Arthur Foer Spiceland. 

Nora Foer Spiceland. 

Scott Foer Spiceland. 

Lena Rayl Spiceland. 

Walter S. Has ! Spiceland. 

Nellie Shepley Dunreith. 

Ed Spencer Spiceland. 

Linnie Spencer El Faso, Texas. 

Adda Symons Spiceland. 

Arthur Symons Spiceland. 

Mary Symons Dunreith. 

Morris Symons i Spiceland. 

Eva Thomas Willow Branch. 

Walter Thomas Dunreith. 

Clara Ulrieli < Ireeiisboro. 

Archie Walker Markleville. 

Jesse Williamson Dunreith. 

Sarah E. Young Spiceland. 



INTERMEDIATE DEPARTMENT. 



Section U. 


Section T. 


Lelia Allen, 


Rufus Chamness, 


Leota ferry, 


Claude Copeland, 


Oscar Bogue, 


Adolphus Eastridge, 


Howard Bundy, 


Jennie Gordon, 


Charlie Collier, 


Ida J followay, 


Walter Culbertson, 


Emery King, 


Horace Hardy, 


Yerlie 1'helps, 


< Jeorgie Haugh, 


Everett Foer, 


Floy Hill, 


Nellie Uatlili; 


Louie J 1 uddleson, 


Florence Spencer, 


Chestci' Keen, 


Moilta Spencer, 


Fred Mali hews, 


( )scar Symons, 


Frank .Mattliews, 


A very Winters. 


< lint Foer, 




Willie Ratelifi; 


Suction S. 


Bertha Stafford, 


Everett Edwards, 


Jennie Starhuck, 


Hva Hinshaw, 


Alma Young. 


Bessie Kirk, 



«/»/< 1ISLA A7) Jl ( -A V EM ) '. 



7 



'Qliyer Fitzgerald. 


Fred Copeland, 


Skction K. 


■George Evans, 


■Cora Hodson, 


Maggie Jenkins, 


Ralph King, 


Carrie Jones, 


Criirney Lawrence, 


Herbert King, 


Wallace Newhy, 


Josie King, 


Delbert Foer, 


Gertie Kirk, 


Hattie Sears, 


Pearl Morris, 


,1 ulia Spencer. 


Mabel Newhy, 


Section q. 


Anna Oakey, 


Bessie Brown, 


'Clyde Fierce, 


■Clint Bundy, 


( ilea Fierce, 


Addie Edwards, 


Kate Swallow, 


Roseoe Edwards, 


Leroy W ailkins. 


Mattie < iordon, 


SECTION N. 


Arthur Hammond, 


Roy Allen, 


Bertie Hinshaw, 


'Clark Dennis, 


•I trace Johnson, 


Edna Edward*, 


Walter Kirk, 


Betty Fegley, 


Elma Lawrence, 


Albert Hiatt, 


Minnie Lawrence, 


Douglas Houstin, 


Arthur Leamon, 


Arlo Lane, 


Anna Mullen, 


Ella Martin. 


Cordic Mote, 


Elzo Perry, 


Alva Foer, 


Ethel Rifner, 


Anna Ratcliff, 


Mamie Spencer, 


Dora Stafford. 


■Oscar Strattan, 


skction r. 


Rosa Strattan, 


Willie Carson, 


I [enley Symons, 


Frank Foster, 


Floy Walker, 


Frank Huddleson. 


Ethel Y'oung. 


Otis King, 


Section M. 


May Leamon, 


Alice Broad bent, 


Walter Painter, 


Ora Cude, 


Ethel Foer, 


Irena Deem, 


< icrirude Forch, 


Ada Dennis, 


Fred Rifncr, 


Effie Foster, 


Bertha Sheridan, 


1 1 any Goodnough, 


Robbie Symons. 


Daisy Hiatt, 


Suction (>. 


Maud Lane, 


Clifford Braiidon, 


Fear! Millikan, 


Uollin [bothers, 


1 lowie Swain. 



PRIMARY DEPARTMENT. 



Skction I . 
John Baily, 



Maria 1 1 amniond, 
Eunice Hammond, 



SmCELA ND A CAD EM Y. 



Charlie Miatt, 
Belle Owens, 
Ilattie Poor, 
Blanch Roberts, 
Dosky Winslow, 
Charley Wrightenfoerry* 

Section K. 

Maud Elliott, 
John Estel, 
Luther Fears, 
Nora Lamb, 
Mary Laurence, 
Zetta Perry, 
Eddie Poe, 
John I'oe, 
Cora Spencer; 
Mamie Stafford, 
Fred Thurman, 
Pernie Wadkina. 

Section J. 

Willie Fcgley, 
Zella Gordon, 
Elva Hodson, 
Marion Koon, 
Mary Oakey, 
John Spencer. 

Section I. 

Jesse Bund'y, 
Ray Carson, 
T>ebbie Edwards, 
Homer Eastridge, 
Roy Estell, 
Walter Edwards, 
Walter Godfrey, 
Cora Keizer, 
Orestus Mote, 
Ivy Perry, 
Mike Swallow, 
Pearl Symons, • 
David Winslow. 

Section II. 

Ilerbie Abrains, 
Maggie Ashby, 
Lena Bundy, 
Maud Baker, 

i 



Alfred Carpenter;. 
Bertha Crane, 
Harry Elliott, 
John Evans, 
John Jackson, 
Mary Johnson,. 
Edna Newlin, 
Laura Painter, 
Henry Symons, 
Joshua Swallow, 
Minnie Strattan, 
Elmer Trowbridge. 

Section 6. 

Clarence Pickett, 
Ethel Pickett, 
Maude Perry, 
Jennie Rifner, 
Gertie Seaford. 

Section V. 

Bessie Burris, 
Lizzie Beeson, 
Carroll Hall, 
Helen Hoover. ■ 
Myron Hill, 
Keal Harris,. 
Lillie King, 
Bertha Lawrence, 
John Merida, 
"Walter Pickett, 
Gracie Seaford, 
( iertie Swallow, 
Jakie Searbrow, 
Carrie Tackelt, 
Percy Tracy. 

SECTION E- 

Grace Allen, 
Frank Fcgley, 
Fred Hammer, 
Horace I lamnier, 
Daisy Keizer, 
Alva Pane, 
Ploy Lane, 
Oussie Martin, 
Bessie Spencer, 
Charley Swaflbrd, 
Nora Swallow. 



SlHCELA ND A OA DEMY. 



SECTION D. 

Bessie Huddleson, 

Gracie Hiatt, 

Willie Iltvmmond, 

Florence King, 

( lllie Keen, 
Venue King, 
Ray Lcamon, 
Arthur Newby, 
Clyde Ogborn, 
< ';i rl Porch, 
John Swaggart, 
Onier Trowbridge. 
Section C. 

Ota Ashby, 
(Maude Burris, 
Cora Edwards, 
Maude Gilbreth, 
Walter Hiatt, 
May Kirk, 
Allie Martin, 



Earl Munden, 
Lydia Poe, 
Frank Thurman, 
Floyd Winslow. 

SECTION 15. 

Charley Alexander, 
Annie Hodgins, 
Eva Lane, 
Walter Leainon, 
Evelyn Pickett, 
Bonnie Perry, 
Lawrence Swallow, 
Roy Symons. 

Section a. 

Flora Edwards, 
Roxie Lindamood, 
Gay Miller, 
Bert Rifner, 
Harry Tracy, 
Willard Whitely. 



.What better, what greater service can we of to-day render the Republic than to 
instruct and train the young?"— Ok'KUO. 



"Man is like :i plant, which requires a favorable soil for the full expansion of 
natural and innate powers." — Lkcky. 



SUMMARY. 



HIGH SCHOOL, : 

Graduate Student, . 1 

Seniors, 9 

Second Year, . . . 13 

First Year, .... 17 

Irregularly Classified, 3;] 73 

NORMAL DEPARTMENT: 30 

GRAMMAR SCHOOL: 3!) 

INTERMKDIATE DEPARTMENT: 130 

PRIMARY DEPARTMENT: 109 

381 

Counted twice, 7 

TOT A L : 374 



"Truth is the beginning of every good thing, both in heaven ami on earth." — Plato, 



SPICELAND ACADEMY. 



COURSE OF STUDY. 

First Year. — Reading, Spelling, Number, Language, Drawing, Writing, General 
Lessons, Morals and Manners. 

Secoku YlCAR. — Heading, Spelling, Writing, Number, Language, Drawing, Oral 
Local Geography, General Science Lessons, Morals and Manners, Declamations. 

Third Year. — Reading, Spelling, Writing, Number, Language, Drawing, Oral 
Geography, General Science Lessons, Morals and Manners, Deelaiua lions. 

Fourth YlUli. Heading, Spelling, Writing, Arithmetic, Geography, Language, 
General Science Lessons, Drawing, Morals and Manners, Declamations. 

Kiitu Year.- Heading, Spelling, Writing, Arithmetic, Geography, Language, 
Lessons in Science, Drawing, Composition, Morals and Manners. 

Sixth Year.- Heading, Spelling, Writing, Arithmetic, Geography, Language Les- 
sons, Lessons in Science, Drawing, Com posh ion, M orals and Manners. 

Seventh Year.- Heading, Writing, Spelling, Arithmetic, Geography, Language 
Lessons, Lessons in Science, Drawing, ( ^imposition, Morals and Manners. 

Eighth Year.— Reading, Writings Spelling, Arithmetic, Geography, Grammar, 
Lessons in Science, Drawing, Composition, Morals and Manners. 

GRAMMAR SCHOOL. 
Arithmetic, Grammar, United Stales History, Physiology, English Composition, 
Reading, Writing, Spelling, Geography reviewed, Single Entry Book-keeping — optional. 



HIGH SCHOOL. 





FIRST YEAR. 


SECOND YEAR. 


THIRD YEAR. 


TERM. 


FIRST. 


.SiCCOXD. 


THIRD. 


FIRST. 


SECOND. 


THIRD. 


FIRST. ! SECOND. | THIRD. 


MAI 11 li- 
MAT1CS. 


Altfelira. 


AtKcl.ni, 


Altfohra, 


' 1 co rnel i \ 


llconietry 


Trigo- 
nometry. 


! 


LATIN. 


Lessons. 


Lessons. 


Header. 


Ca-siir. 


Ca-ar. 


Virim. 


Virgil or j 

I'-Tok- j 

Keeping. 


K.NCLISII. 


KssIiTs t t 
Recla- 
mations. 


"Essays* 
Decla- 
rant inns. 


"1 .TlYs A 

Decla- 
mations. 


Essavs A 
D.'dar 
inulHins. 







Rhetoric. 1 Oratio... 

u,WIut6 |ei.b. Lit. 


IlISTOKY. 




Genera] 
History. 


(Jeneral 
History. 




Enplish 
History. 


'iviH.ov- 
eynrneiit. 


i -\ HiMoiy 
, of Civili- 
j zation. 


SCIINCE. 


Natural 
Philos- 
ophy. 
1 'raw in;.'. 




Zoology. 


Clionn's- 
try. 




Mill! fill- 1. 1 - 

cllolo-'v. 1 r\i m o o \' . 



snvicLASn academy 



12 



SPWELA ND A OA 1) KMY. 



REMARKS ON COURSE OF STUDY. 

The above course of study lias been prepared with reference to those students who 
do not expect to pursue a college course, but who desire to acquire a knowledge of those 
brandies which will lit them for active life. Special attention, however, is given to pre- 
jiui ing students fur college. 

Classes will be formed in the Greek and German and French languages whenever a 
sufficient number desire to pursue those studies. 

Penmanship, Heading and Composition will receive attention throughout the Whole 
course of study. 

At the close of the winter term tiie members of the second year High School class 
hold an exhibition, for which each member prepares an essay, oration or declamation, 
and the public speakers are chosen from the number. 

ENGLISH. 

Besides the usual work in English Grammar, special attention is paid to English 
Composition, which is preparatory to the work in Rhetoric. This consists of a study of 
Grammatical Purity, Choice and Use of Words, and Kinds of Composition, with prac- 
tical exercises in each. English Literature receives careful attention. The work consists 
of a brief history of the rise and growth of the English language, a history of the lives 
and times of the leading authors, and a critical study of selections from their writings. 
The aim is to create a taste for good literature. 

LATIN. 

In order to receive a diploma a student must have at least two years' work in Latin, 
or in special cases equivalents may be taken to lit the student for college. Thorough 
drill on the declensions of nouns and adjectives and the conjugations of verbs is given, 
also on the application of the rules of construction. The derivation of English words is 
studied, ami in the advanced work exercises in sight-reading are given. The intention 
is to make this study practical as well as disciplinary. 

HISTORY. 

Resides tin- work in United States 1 listofy in the Grammar School, a thorough foun- 
dation is laid in t ieneral History, Knglish 1 1 istory, Civil Government ami the Philosophy 
of History. This course will open up to the student the deeds of mankind in all ages in 
their struggle for rational freedom. 

SCIENCE. 

The Academy is supplied with sufficient apparatus to be a valuable aid in the study 
of the Natural Sciences. In Natural I'llilosophy the subject is illustrated by many simple 
pieces of apparatus, besides an air pump, electrical machine', batteries, etc. In Chem- 
istry students do practical work in the Laboratory; which is well supplied with chemicals 
and apparatus for t he analysis of unknown substances. Geology and Mineralogy i.iv 

illststrtftctil by a collection of more lhan twelve 1 lied specimens, presented lo the 

Academy by the Alumni. In Zoology and IJolauy animals and plants are studied from 
nature, and systems of classification are made prominent. In all the Sciences objects 
arc sin died as much as possible. 

M ATI ! KM ATI CS. 

In this study practical problems are given as much as possible, and especially is this 



done in Geometry. The students have the use of a surveyor's compass and chain, and 
for a business firm. 

NORMAL COURSE. 
Special attention is paid to the training of teacher. To this end ^^/J|J 
he directed toward securing a thorough and accurate knowledge. C 1 >s s n , M 
branches are formed each term, and during the spring term spec tal y ; ~ 
organized in which the studies are taken up Really and method 
discussed. During the spring term instruction , given in the se en an of c. d 
ing school organization, school management and the history and pi .losophj o f iduc . 
2 m A strong effort is made to infuse into those intending to teach the true teaching 
,U The true teacher .oust posses scholarship and skill. To show how success* the 
Academy has been as a Normal School, it need, only to be stated that three-fourths of 
all our graduates have become teachers. 



RATIOS OF TUITION. 



/V/' Week. 

« ,30 

.85 



1'riniary Department— t irst Y eai 

Primary Department— Second lesr ■ 40 

1 rimary Department- Third and Kmr h Y e.us.. 

lnt niK'.li -it't Depart in yi! t ; 

Grammar School— First Year I 5 

Grammar School — Second 1 ear si) 

lliuli School— Vir*\ Year yi) 

lli^-h School— Second Vear jot) 

Huh School— Third Year »>0 

Normal and llevtcw Classes ] 100 

Commercial Department 

Special review classes will be considered as belonging to the High School, and Will 

be charged accordingly. . t 

NO deduction will be made for absence after enrollment, exeept ,n Cases of p o- 
traC fed iH-bcal.h. In event of sickness notice must, in all cases, be given of the VUth- 
drawal of the pupil, as no deduction will be made until tins is done. 

LITERARY SOCIETIES. 
There are three permanent Literary Societies connected with the school the Lu- 
,,ruian, conducted by the ladies, and the Crescent ami < ihsco Soc.et.es, by the gentle- 
„ Literary organizations are also sustained by die Intermediate and Gramma. 
School student*. Care is taken to make students acquainted with the rules governing 
parliamentary bodies. 

LIBRARIES. 

There arc three Libraries in connection with the school, which contain about two 
thousand volumes; two of them belonging .0 (lie Literary Societies and the other .0 the 
Academy Association. Additions are made each year. 

UOALDiNG. 

T .„,t of boarding and bulging during .lie past year has been aboUt^I.Ot) per week. 

,. H ,.,„ |„. d by those who desire to board themselves, and the cost reduced to 

less th m *!.::, per week. In a club the entire cos! of boarding, rootn-r. nt.l.ght and fu, i 
,,„ be reduced to per week, or less, depending on the preference 0. member. 



14 



SriCEL AN!) A CA D EMY. 



SI'IdJ'JLA NT) AOADEMl 



LOCATION. 

The school is in the village of Spiceland, which is situated on the Ft. Wayne, Cin- 
cinnati & Louisville Kailroad, and two and a half miles north of Dunreith, on the Chi- 
cago, St. Louis & Pittsburgh Railroad. 

LECTURES. 

Opportunity is offered to students, free of cost, of hearing good lectures on educa- 
tional and scientific subjects. The following lectures have been given the past year- 

Pkop. D. VV. Dennis, "Farm and Garden." 

Ei.dek J. II. Edwards, "Australia." 

Prop. W. J. Biivan, . . "Future of the Mississippi Valley." 

I'koi .C W. HorxilN, "The Age of Washington." 

Pkok. S. S. Park, "Fifty Days in London." 

President W. W. Parsons, . . "The Ethics of Shakespeare." 
Gkoimje \V. Bass, "Gumption." 

GENERAL ITEMS. 

As an aid to pupils in the preparation of their lessons, dictionaries, cyclopedias and 
Other books of reference are placed in the school room and are free to all. Also, the 
leading magazines and newspapers are furnished for the use of the students. 

The government of the school is based upon the idea that manhood is more than 
scholarship, and that self-respect and self-control on the part of the student are import- 
ant factors in the formation of character. Greater stress is laid upon thoroughness of 
instruction and accuracy of knowledge than upon rapidity of advancement. 

In Arithmetic, Geography, Orammar and Algebra there are from three to five 
classes each term, so that students can enter school at anytime and lie classed according 
to advancement. 

For many years the health of I be students has been uniformly good. There is prob- 
ably no healthier locality in the Slate. 

The Friends and Methodists both hold religious services on the Sabbath, and each 
maintains a Sabboth school. 

A sufficient number of teachers is constantly employed, so that large classes maybe 
avoided, ami students may receive personal attention during recitation. 

Expenses are as low as at any other school affording equal advantages. 

The managers of the school are very careful to make this an institution in which 
students who are away from home and its restraints will be surrounded by good, moral 
intlucnecs, and in this they have the co-Operation of the citizens of the village. 

Students are required to keep study hours during the evening.:' 

There are no beer, liquor or billiard saloons in the village. 1 

No student whose influence is known to have a corrupting tendency will be retained 
in the school. '• 

DIPLOMA. 

Students whose conduct is exemplary and who complete the course of study and 
prepare and deliver a suitable literary production, will bh furnished with a Diploma, 
signed bv the instructors and the President of the Hoard of Trustees. 



GRADUATES. 



1870 

Eli V. Cook, Muscatine, Iowa. 
.John J. Stuobs, Omaha, Nebraska. 

1871 

Walter I). Jones, Dayton, Ohio. 
'Alvln II. .lenklns. 
"I. Macy Good. 

C. H. Dixon, LynnvlRe, Iowa. 

K. (i. Boone, Rloornlngton. 

Dallas Slsson, Glenwood. 

Mary V. Ballenger (Barnard), New Castle. 

Louisa Wlckersham, New Castle. 

Llda Edwards (Saint), Kplceland. 

1872 

[.lndley II. Johnson, Dunreith. 

David K. Henley, splceland. 

Jaeorj mil, splceland. 

llenrv W. Painter, Splceland. 

Uobort Mitchell, Sim .lose, California. 

1873 

♦sadle 1). Talbert (Wright). 

Aaron II. Hell, Red Oak, Iowa. 

.1. Tllinun liuiehlns, Wabash. 

John Pennington, Des Moines, Iowa. 

Mary Stubbs (Painter), splceland. 

Nathan Williams, Oswego, Kansas. 

s. carrle Talbert (New by), Terre Haute. 

1874 

Alice Car j Collin (Russell), Springfield, Illinois. 

Elvira Spencer (Harold), lilehrhond. 

.1. I*. Edwards, oils, Colorado. 

William s. Mount, lireensboro. 

Edwin O. Kennard, Columbus, Ohio. 

Nathan Rosenberger. Ealrileid, Iowa. 

W. K. Jackson, Knlghtstown. 

I). (;. Mitchell, san Jose, California. 

1875 

w. w. Gregg, What Cheer, Iowa, 
w lillam c. Pldgeon, Mooreland. 
Irvln Stanley, Hespe.r, Kansas. 



1870 

Milton itoberts, Spartansburg. 

1878 

s Ella Rogue (Doggett), Danville, Virginia. 
M. Hell Chambers (i:stes). Grand Forks, Dakota. 
.1. I'lnkncv Mitchell, Fresno, California. 
Thomas Mitchell, Splceland. 
Flora Moore (Brady), Lincolnvllle. 
Jonn O. heed, East Saginaw. Michigan. 
William s. Scaiord, Spiecland. 
Winnie 1". 'I homlmigh (Parsons), Oak Park, HI. 

1870 

Jay A. Buck, Dunrell h. 
Carrie M. (ioodwln Mel'fry), New Castle. 
Thomas Newlln, splceland. 

1380 

J. Edgar cloud, Splceland. 
William N. Lamb, Vaeaville, California. 
Mattie Lamb (Outland), New Orleans, Louisiana. 
Ada Grace Murphcy, New castle. 



Emms. Belle Roberts, Westneld. 
Ida Mav Roberts, Westneld. 
Frank Svmons, KnightstOWB. 
Lamlra Trueblood, Snlem. 

1881 

QscarR. Baker. Kuightstown. 

Corrle Bogue, SpfceUtnd. 

Minnie K. Benedict (Blankenshlp), Paragon. 

Carrie M. I'nthanK, splceland. 

'Jesse A. strut tan. 

18S2 

•Arthur II. Bally. 
,1. Newton Barnard, Mlddletown. 
Harriet Bogue (Newlln), Kokorao. 
Ibo tie E. Dickinson, Splceland. 
Charles Newlln, Kokomo. 

18S3 

\niia May Iltidelson (Foster), Ogden. 
ltyland Ratlin", Eairmount. 
Julia Stafford (Shugart), Marlon. 
Emily weeks, Mechanlcsburg. 

1884 

"Cora Kirk. 

Ella Strar.tan, Greensboro. 
Virginia Grlllin, Los Angeles, California. 
Isadore Hall (Wilson), New London. 
William Julian, Mlflden, Nebraska. 
Charles II. New by. New Providence, Iowa. 

1885 

Mary L. Brown, splceland. 
Allied V. King, Greeniteld. 
oihcr C. Steele, Splceland. 

1880 

L. Winnie Bully, Splceland. 
Mali le R. Brown. Spiecland. 
Richard N. Broadbent, Splceland. 
Elbert, s. Gi'li'tln, Dunrell ii. 
Alonzo c. llodson, Splceland. 
John L. McNew. Maple \ alley. 
Kussel Ratlin", Marlon. 

18S7 

Herbert T. Bally, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 

clarenre II. Beard, Splceland. . 

Anna K. Bogue, Stolceland. 

Llndley M. compton, Splceland. 

Lizzie s. mart. Splceland. 

Abt:nn I. Miller, Kennard. 

Bert Smith, Westiield. 

188S 

Rhoda M. Ballenger, spiecland. 

Hiijmali !;. Brown, splcelutid. 

Orvnthc<: I.. Brown, splceland. 

Jessie A. Butler. Lewlsville. 

John C. cook. Few Castle. , 

Clara G. Edwards, sole. 'land. 

L. Elva Elliott, Greensboro. 

J. A. Greenstreet, Lewlsville. 

Attie F. Ratclifi". splceland. 

II. H. liatclill', spicelaud. 

II. II. Ravi, splceland. 

Charles L. stubbs, Splceland. 



CALENDAR, 



First Term opens September 2, 183'.). 

First Term ends December 20, 1889. 

Second Term opens December 30, 188!). 

Second Term ends March 21, 18!)0. 

Third Term opens March 150, 1800. 

Third Term ends June 20, 1890. 

Public Meeting of Alumni, 7:30 p. in., June 1890. 

Commencement Exercises, 10 a. in., .lime 20, 18D0. 



CATALOGUE 



OF THIS 



OFFICERS AND STUDENTS 



OF 



Sni 




Spiceland, Henry County, Indiana, 



FOK THE ACADEMIC YEAR 



1 



"The teacher should be chosen as much for what he is, in manners, spirit, and 
and temper, as for what he knows of science-, art or literature." 



NEW OAHI'IJB, INI).: 
COUltlilK COMPANY HUNT. 
lH'JO. 



"Education is ;it le;iKt in u great measure tlie deyelopiiit'lil of faculties, rather than 
the imparting of knowledge." — It. II. Quick. 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 



This school has boon legally incorporated by the Society of 
Friends, and is under the care of the following Board of Trustees: 
ELISHA B. RATCLIFF, President. EDWIN HALL. 
HENRY W. PAINTER, Secretary. HUGH GARDNER. 
MATT1E A. WHITE. Treasurer. GYRUS RATE IFF. 



INSTRUCTORS. 



THGM AS N EWE IN , S cjper i nten dent. ' 
Natural Sciences, Mctapltysics, and Theory awl Practice of Teaching. 

.JOHN E. PARKER, 
Latin mid Mathematics, 

HANNAH E. DAVIS, 
English Literature, History and Botany. 

CORDELIA BOGUE— Fall Term, 
TERRELL WILSON- Winter Term, 
S<rc nth Year. 

LIZZIE S. ill ATT. 
Sixth (ind Seventh Years. 

CARRIE M. UNTHANK, 
Fourth Year. 

CYNTHIA A. PRIES, 
Third Year. 

KATIE 0. SHERIDAN, 
Second and First Years. 

MATTIE E. BROWN and ELI K. HOOBER, 
Assistants in Grammar School Department. 



"Hard study breaks down the health of few pupils." 



PUPILS. 

HIGH SCHOOL. 



GRADUATE STUD E X T . 



-Lizzie Brown Paton. Iowa. 

SENTOUS. 

-L. Ettie Butler Lewisville. 

_ Elmer Deem Spiceland. 

— Edwin B. Ratcliff Spiceland. 

Tvl - Bennie Stratton Greensboro. 

<Vu_ ✓ S. E. Stubbs Spiceland. 

-1^ -Frank S. White Spiceland. 

SECOND YEAR, 

><i — Jesse. Bally Spiceland. 

_ Clara Brown Spiceland. 

/:••- Ethel M. Copeland Spiceland:, 

.. Louie.' Edmundson Spiceland. 

j -0. N. Hardy Markieville. 

„_ R. A. Roberts:.. ... Charlottesville. 

• — E. R. Sisson '. Dunrcith. 

— A. H, Symons,. Spiceland. 

-Estella Symons Lawrence, Kan 

Charles Titus Wilkinson. 

_ Herbert Woodard Spiceland. 

FIRST YEAR. 

— C. A. Beard Spiceland. 

— Fred Bogno Spiceland, 

— Eslella Charles Spiceland. 

i '— Lillie Charles Spiceland. 

— ■ John li. Greenstreet Lewisville. 

— Irving King Webster. 

— Ora MiMikan Spiceland. 

— Lon Myer , Lewisville. 

-) i C)len Payne Spiceland. 

• .- Venue Phelps Greensboro. 

— Florence K,a,yl Spiceland. 

— Lena Ivayl Spiceland. 

— Walter; S. Rayle / Spiceland. 

Adda Symons Spiceland. 

— Arthur Symons Spiceland. 



4 SPICKLANT) ACADEMY. 

Mary Symons Dunreith. 

Warren Wilson Spiceland. 

IRREGULARLY CLASSIFIED. 

John Bell Spiceland. 

Oscar Bogue Spiceland. 

Stella Barnes .Webster. 

Thomas Bowen Dunreith. 

Mary Chamness Spiceland. 

O. L. Charles Spiceland. 

Ida Cade Dunreith. 

Christie Deem Spiceland. 

Warren Evans Spiceland. 

Clarence Hall Spiceland. 

O. Alice Hiatt Spiceland. 

Drusie Hinchman Rushville. 

Elbert Hodson Spiceland. 

A. M. Holloway Spiceland. 

Arlie Hood Spiceland. 

Leora Jessup Westland. 

Alice C. Lawrence Spiceland. 

Elisha McFarland Dmireith. 

Fred Newby Spiceland. 

Clarence Painter Spiceland. 

Od essa Pa inter Middletown. 

C. F. Reeves Wilkinson. 

Anna Ril'ner Spiceland. 

Alice Roberts Charlottesville. 

Geo. H. Smith Greensboro. 

Arthur Souder Greensboro. 

Cora Thomas Willow Branch. 

Eva Thomas Willow Branch. 

Mary Teas Greenville, O. 

Walter Thomas Dunreith. 



NORMAL COURSE. 



•Eunice Barrett Eden. 

Clara Brown Spiceland. 

Lizzie Brown Baton, Iowa. 

B. L. Byrket Wilkinson. 

Gertrude Chandler Dunreith. 

Loretta Collier Milner's Corner 

Nancy V. Cook Wilkinson. 

■ Warren Evans Spiceland. 



SPICELAND A CADEMY. 

Chas. Griffin n ... 

- Anna Gin- K^f; . 

- Henry Hudelson. . ..'.*.' £"f s Statlon ' 
Harry lee °g d | n - . 

-Delia Johnson.... Mt, Summit. 

~W. H. Knott Carthage 

- E. H.Lewis.. ? T lo ™ ts Y?. 1Ie - 
; mjr Lottie McKee .... M«uweviiie. 

J. C. Mcllvaine Knightetowa. 

- W. L. Mauzy " ?r ff -n 

Nettie Neodham v n \ . 

~ Adda Noland m i?^ 1 , 6, 

• ' - Flora Payne Marie oville. 

James Personett Sim-eland. 

- Edwin B. Ratcliff V i , 

-Laura Rent Spiceland. 

-Cora Rhodes.. Pendleton. 

Eugene Run van.;;::; Knightstown. 

-Cloraliyau ...... Ashland. 

A. E. Smiley... ■ Anderson. 

Eliza Somer'viUc...:: ^ lia !'V iLh - 

^ A. H. Symons.... Mark evi He. 

7u-S. EJ. Stubbs.... Spiceland. 

— Clara Titus.... ^Iceland. 

Marry Uhimuik. . . . W^inson. 

- AlviuUlricli.. Spiceland. 
>^C. W. Vuncanon. breonsbqro. 

Matlie Yale Greensboro. 

New Castle. 



GRAMMAR SCHOOL. 



— Lei ia Allen c , . . 

.Eddie [Ballenger Spice and. 

-Howard Bundy Spice and. 

Leota Berry Spiceland. 
-Morris Coffin.;:." Spice and. 

Chas. Collier... bpiwland. 

- Earl Copeland... Milner s Corner. 
~ Claude Copeland.... Spiceland. 
-Walter Culbcrtson. " Carthage 

Carrie S. Dawson... Spice and. 

- Emma Deem bpjceland. 

- Nora Deem.... " , . . . . Spjco and. 

oprceland. 



b SPICELAND ACADEMY. 

Rebecca Dyar ; . . Spiceland. 

Adolphus Eastridge Spiceland! 

Luther Fadely Honey Creek. 

W. O. Finch Center. 

Horace Hardy ; Markleville. 

Ida Holloway Spiceland. 

Floy Hill ' Spiceland. 

Frank Horn Arba. 

Uva Hinshaw Spiceland. 

Leone Hiatt Spiceland. 

Minnie Hodson Spiceland. 

Vernie Harden Greensboro. 

Nellie Hodson Spiceland. 

Lou Hudelson Spiceland. 

Ralph King Spiceland. 

Chas. McCormack Cadiz. 

Luther McCormack Cadiz. 

Frank Mai thews t Spiceland. 

Fred Matthews Spiceland. 

Clint McNew Greensboro. 

Alice Poor Spiceland. 

Everett Poor Spiceland. 

Nora Poor Spiceland. 

Scott Poor Spiceland. 

Gertie Parrish Knoxville, Term 

Nellie Ratcliff Spiceland. 

Willie Ratliff Spiceland. 

Morris Symons Rpictdaud. 

G race Saint Spiceland. 

Nora Shipley M liner's Corner 

Bertha Stafford Spiceland. 

W. V. Thomas Wilkinson. 

Chas. Thornburgh Anderson. 

Isaac Vickroy Dunreith. 

Orvillp Wliite Spiceland. 

Avery Winters Spiceland. 

Prank Young Dunreil h. 

Benton Young Honey Creek 



INTERMEDIATE DEPARTMEMT. 



Section U. - El nia Lawrence. 

— George Saint. 

Bessie Brown. — Dora Stafford. 

■Bert Hinshaw. — ■ Oscar Symons. 



SPICELAND AC. 1 DEMY. 



Section T. 
Frank Hudelson. 
Cora Hodson. 
Grace Johnson. 
Angie Martin. 
Hattie Sears. 
J ulia Spencer. 

Section S. 
Herbert Brown. 
Clint Bundy. 
Adda Edwards. 
Roscoe Edwards. 
Mattie Gordon. 
Arthur Hammond. 
Herbert King. 
Walter Kirk! 
A rthur Learnon. 
Wallace Newby. 
Walter Painter. 
Alva, Poor. 
Anna h'atcliir. 
liobbie Symons. 
Iridic Walker. 
Fred White. 

Section R. 
Willie Carson. 
Frank Poster. 
Chester Keen. 
Josie King. 
May Lcamott. 
Cordie Mote. 
May Newby. 
-Anna, ( )akey. 
Glenn Pierce. 
I lertha Sheridan, 

SlOCTlON Q. 

Fred Copoland. 

1 rona Deem. 
-George Evans. 
-Effie Foster. 
■Albert Hiatt. 
Douglas Haustin. 
Grace Hinshaw. 
Carrie Jones. 
Otis King. 
Clyde Pierce. 
Elzo Perry. 



Harry Rife. 
-Zella Rife. 
Ethel Rifner. 
Fred Rifner. 
y: c -Kate Swallow. 

-Henley Symons. 
h I Howie Swain. 

- Leroy Watkins. 

Section P. 
-Bertha Charles. 

- Ora Cade. 
Marion Hamilton. 

- Arlo Lane. 
Belle ( Kvens. 
Hat tie Poer. 

- Mamie Stafford. 
Oscar Strattan. 
Rosa, Strattan. 
Charlie W right enber ry . 

Section O. 

- Rollin Brothers. 
Gnrney Kllison. 

- Daisy Hiatt. 
— ■ Maude Lane. 

c Maggie Newell. 

Section N. 
Maude [Olliott. 
Shurl Pletcher. 
Willie Fegley. 
>r Belle Griffin. 

Harry Goodnough. 
Pearlie Griffin. " 
A. Charlie Hiatt. 

- ICunice I [anmiond. 
-Maria Hammond. 

■ Mary Johnson. 

- Mary Lawrence. 
-Nora, Land). 
Arlie Mai-tin. 
Mary Oakey. 

— Zetta Periy. 
Blanche Roberts. 

- Dosky Winslow. 
-Perney Watkins. 

Section M. 
Zella Gordon. 
Elva Hodson. 



8 SPICELAND ACADEMY. 

Fannie Mitchell. —John Poe. 

<Eddie Poe, . Cora Spencer 



PRIMARY DEPARTMENT. 



Section L. 

Kay Carson. 

Debbie Edwards. 

Mary Fletcher. 
-Edna B. Newlin. 

Florence; Pickett. 
-Iva Perry. 

John Spencer. 

Minnie St rattan. 

Pearl Symons. 

Elmer Trowbridge. 

Section K 

Jesse Bundy. 
Maude Baker. 
Cora. Cha rles. 
-Harry Elliott, 
Homer Eastridge. 
John Evans. 
.Waller Edwards. 
Orestes Mote. 
Dave Poindcxtor. 
Laura Painter. 
Mi Ice Swallow. 

Section J. 



Section I. 

-—•Grace Allen. 
Bessie Burris. 
Bessie Hudelson. 
Carroll Hall. 
-Florence King. 
I —Daisy Keiser. 
Joshua Swallow. 

Section H 

I Hunch e Griffin. 
( ; ran ■ H ial t . 
John Merida. 
Clarence Pickett. 
Lura Philabaum. 
UCarl Porch. 
-Grace Seaford. 
Nora Swallow. 
Carrie Tackett. 

Section G 

Luther Kendal. 
. Alvie Lane. 
Floy Lane. 



Ira Brewer. 
-Myron Hill. 
-Helen Hoover. 
San ford Kendal. 
1 5ert ha Lawrence. 
Ethel Pickett, 
JN1 aude I 'erry. 
Jennie Kifner. 
Cert rude Soaford. 
Henry Symons. 



Section F 



Mary Baily. 
Claude Harris. 
Cora Edwards. 
Willie 1 latnmond. 
Walter Uiatt. 

Ollic Keen. 

Ray Leainon. 
Chaidic SwaiTord. 



« 



Section E. 

Flora Edwards. 
-Claude Hodson. 
Cora Hill. 
May Kirk. 
A L Lydia Poe. 

Vernie Pickett. 
Marie Warring. 
Todd Win. slow. 

Section D. 

n u - Alt a BrewCr. 

Maude Gil breath. 
Nellie Griffin. 
• Maude Hodson. 
Agnes Keen. 
Eva Lane. 
Addie Martin. 
Ethel Martin. 
Eva Pickett. 
- Lester Porch. 



SPICELAND ACADEMY. 

Section C. 

Jessie Baily. 
Charlie Kendall. 
Walter Leamon. 

Section B. 

Ethel Edwards. 
Maggie Fletcher. 
Jessie Gordon. 
Jennie Kirk. 
Fred Mendenhall. 
Lena Pickett. 
Pert liifner. 

Section A. 

'Maggie Kendall. 
*- Oscar Knox. 
Paul Newby. 
Koy Symons. 
Ethel Wins low. 



"The purpose of location is to give to the body and to the soul all the beautv 
all the perfection of winch they arc capable." Plato. 



"The cure of vicious tendencies is bent accomplished by strict discipline in siit'U 
habits as strengthen the pupil against them." — Bosenkrank. 



SUMMARY. 

'HIGH SCHOOL: 

Graduate S^udont, . 1 

Seniors, 6 

Second Year, ... 1 1 

First Year, ... 17 

Irregularly Classified, 30 65 

NORMAL DEPARTMENT: 36 

GRAMMAR SCHOOL: 60 

INTERMEDIATE DEPARTMENT: 86 

PRIMARY DEPARTMENT: 92 

339 

Counted twice, .... 6 
Total, ...... 333 



'"Honesty is the best policy' must be the maxim in education as well as in all the 
other aflairs of life." — Miss Edgewokth. 



SPICELAND ACADEMY. 



COURSE OF STUDY. 



First Year.— Beading, Spelling, Number, Language, Drawing, Writing, General 
Lessons, .Morals and Manners. 

Second Year.— Reading, Spelling, Writing, Number, Language, Drawing. Oral 
Local Geography, General Science Lessons, .Moral- and Manners, Declamations.^ 

Third Yea it. Reading, Spelling, Writing, Number, Language, Drawing Oral 
Geography, General Science Lessons. Morals ami Manners, Declamations. 

Fortmi Yea, : Heading, Spelling, Writing, Arithmetic. Geography, Lan«ua«e 
General Science Lessons, Morals and Manners, Declamations. 

Finn Yeah..- Leading, Spelling Ujriting, Arithmetic, Geography, Language 
Lessons in Science, Drawing, Coin] iti,,,,, Morals ami Manner,. 

Sixth Year. Leading, Spelling, Writing, Arithmetic, Geography, Language 
Lessons, I,-,sons ,„ Science, Drawing, Composition, Morals and Manners ' 

Seventh Year. -Reading, Writing, Spelling, Arithmetic, Geography, Language 
Lessons, Lessons in Science, Drawing, Composition, Morals and Manners 

Knurr,. YEAR.-Reading, Writing. Spelling, Arithmetic, Geography, Grammar 
Lessons in Science, Drawing, Composition, Morals and Manners. 

GRAMMAR SCHOOL. 

Arithmetic, Grammar, Cited States History, Fhysiology, English Composition 
Reading, \\ r.ting, Spelling, Geography reviewed, Single Entry Hoolv-kee t )i. ! g-o t )tional! 

HIGH SCHOOL 





FIRST YEAR. 


SECOND YEAR. 


THIRD YEAR. 


TIC KM. 


I'llSST. 


sneoNi). 


TlllKI). 


l'insT. 


SECOND, j TIIIIII). 


first. 


SECOND. 


THIRD. 


MA I II IC- 

MATICS. 

LATIN. 


Algebra, 

Regin 
Lessons. 


AlgelirV. 

Lessons. 

fiksaysw 
Decla- 
mations. 


Algebra. 


< Jeoinet ry 


Geoniel r _\ 


Trigo- 
iiuinof ry. 






Reader. 

ICsaavM & 
Dec'la- 
niatioiis. 


Ca-aar. 


i'Aimnr. 


Virgil. 


Virifiior 

liook- 

Keeping. 




Put. lie 
Oration. 


ENGLISH. 


l\SSa vs A 

Derla- 
m.it ions. 


Essays A" 

Dee'la- 
ii) tions. 






Rhetoric. 


English 
Liter' ture 


HISTORY. 




General 
1 1 istory. 


General 
1 1 istory. 




English 
History. 


( i\ il Gov- 
em men t. 






Eng. Lit. 

History 
of Civili- 
zation. 

Moral 

■ScilJIKiC 

Rotany. 


SelKNeU. 


Natural 
l'liilns- 

oijtiy, 
1 'rawing. 




/oology. 


Clicmls- 
try. 






Mineral- 
ogy. IVv- 
oliology. 


Folitieal 

Econ- 
omy. As- 
tronomy. 



REMARKS ON COUBSK OF STUDY. 
The above course of study has been prepared with reference to those students who 
do not expect to pursue a college course, but who desire to acquire a knowledge of those 



1? 



SPICELANB ACADEMY. 



branches which will fit them for active life. Special attention, however, is given to pre- 
paring students for college. 

Classes will be formed in the Greek and German and French languages whenever 
a sufficient number desire to pursue those studies. 

Penmanship, Heading and Composition will receive attention throughout the 
whole course of study. 

At the close of the winter term the members of the second year High School class 
hold an exhibition, for which each member prepares an essay, oration or declamation, 
and the public speakers are chosen from the number. 

ENGLISH. 

Besides the usual work in English Grammar, special attention is paid to English 
Composition, which is preparatory to the work in Rhetoric. This consists of a study of 
Grammatical Purity, Choice and Use of Words, and Kinds of Composition, with prac- 
tical exercises in each. English Literature receives careful attention. The work con- 
sists of a brief history of the rise and growth of the English language, a history of the 
lives and times of the leading authors, and a critical study of selections from their 
writings. The aim is to create a taste for good literature. 

LATIN, 

In order to receive a diploma a student must have at least two years' work in 
Latin, or in special cases equivalents may be taken to lit the student for college. Thor- 
ough drill on the declensions of nouns and adjectives and the conjugations ol verbs is 
given, also on the application of the rules of construction. The derivation of English 
words is studied, and in the advanced work exercises in (sight-reading are given. The 
intention is to make this .study practical as well as disciplinary. 

HISTORY. 

Besides the work in United States History in the Grammar School, a thorough 
foundation is laid in Genera] History, English History, Civil Government and the 
Philosophy of History. This course will open up to the student the deeds of mankind 
in all ages in their struggle for rational freedom. 

SCIENCE. 

The Academy is supplied with sufficient apparatus to be a valuable aid in the 
study of the Natural Sciences. In Natural Philosophy the subject is illustrated by 
many simple pieces of apparatus, besides an air pump, electrical machine, batteries, etc. 
In Chemistry students do practical work in the Laboratory, which is well supplied with 
chemicals and apparatus for the analysis of unknown substances. Geology and Miner- 
alogy are illustrated by a collection of more than twelve hundred specimens, presented 
to the Academy by the Alumni. In Zoology and Botany ani Is ami plants are stud- 
ied from nature, and systems of classification art! made prominent, in all the Sciences 
objects arc studied as much as possible. 

MATHEMATICS. 

In this study practical problems are given as much as possible, and especially is 
this done in Geometry. The students have the use of a surveyor's compass and chain, 
and learn their practical use. Book-keeping and its practical phases of business pa- 
pers and all commercial forms, is taught, and a student is prepared to take charge of a 
set of books for a business firm. 

NORMAL COURSE. 
Special attention is paid to the training of teachers. To this end the first efforts 



I 

SriOELANT) ACADEMY. 

will be directed toward securing a thorough and accurate knowledge. Classes in all ,„ 
legal branches are formed each tern,, and during the spring term special rev e v ^ 
are organized in which the studies are taken tu> tonic ,llv •„, I , V 

» a-^ T , D-Hy a. S| „,„ s ,„,„ nZ7JZ"l™i:t;^ <* ™° 

gal branches, in the Science and Art of Teaching 1W1, 1 » e " 

Lectures are given on school organisation, fS TtaL^^J^T 

t r i ie 'tea' 1 i in ' ' spf r i t ^ ^ ^ * ^ ™ ^^^t 

.,w successful zi2:x: ;z::;:z^z^tf!\ : in ri l , To sW 

that three-fourths of all our graduates have become telcSrs * * * ***** 



RATES OF TUITION 

Primary Department— Firm Year Per 

Primary Department — Se onil Vc'tr 8" 

'rimury Department-Third ami Vonri'h Years 35 

Intermediate Department in 

Grammar School — First Year... 55 

Grammar School— Scconii Year no 

I Dull Hc.lii.cl — ] list } Mr n : 

l| ij{h School— Second Year SO 

HiKli SelKKil— Third * : ir 90 

K::rju ! i] im) 1-eviow t I u»-s.. 1 HO 

Commercial Department. 90 



Special review classes will be considered as bel©n»fft« to fi, . m . 
be charged accordingly. " I,gh ' Scl,ool > and 

No deduction will be made for absence after enroll,,, ,,, 
tracted ill-health. In event of sickness Z „, ™ be , T« ^ T 
drawa. of the pupil, as no deducti, i,, be made until ^ £££ " 

EITERARY EXERCISES. 

Besides the work of the I itpi"irv v,,,.;,,,; , . , 

ercises will be expected of s h 1 ' ' " S 1 , ^ "*"* «" 

■** school. Care is , lha( 21 1 n vta „ t l'e n of «T "t^ ^ 

■^very. To this en ,b.ic exercises ^ u ^ d T ^ 

<»• well-known historical event Essay I commemorate some 

regular school work. " d < se,a »»«"«»»> are a part of the 

LIBRARIES. 

, 1:::;'™;:,":; '^"z::\::::t::'nt ^ — - 

Academy Association. M^21Z JTyZ *" » - 

BOARD! NG. 

Hie cost of hoarding and lodging , luring the past voir l,,s i 

« < rented by those who dos re to Inn , T ^ ,K ' r 

l " ^an $..7o per wee',, „, a (;I , ! ^t^T^Y' ^ - ~ 
light fuel can be reduced to *2 LT, per we k , , '"""Lng, room- ru „ t) 

of members. 1 ' w ' k ' ,r! *> ,, "l"'"'l"ig on the preference 

location. 

-80, * i :i |,: "' -* 1 « ou. 

LECTURES. 

Opportune is offered to students, free of cost, of hearing good lectures on educa- 



14 



SPICELAND ACADEMY. 



tional and scientific subjects. The following lectures have been given the past year: 



Hon. Will Ctimback "The Common Man." 

Hon. I). P. Baldwin "Personality." 

Prof. W. A. Pell "Growth.''' 

Pres'tJ. J. Mills "Egypt." 

Prof. K. <■. Boone "Protestantism and Elementary Education." 

Prof. Geo. V. Pass "Humor." 



GENERAL ITEMS. 

As an aid to pupils in the preparation of their lessons, dictionaries, cyclopedias 
and other books ol' reference are placed in the school room and are free to all. 

The government of the school is based upon the idea that manhood is more than 
scholarship, and that self- respect and sell control on the part of the student are import- 
ant factors in the formation ol character. Greater stress is laid upon thoroughness of 
instruction and accuracy of knowledge than upon rapidity of advancement. 

Promotions are never made on the ground of technical advancement alone, and 
examinations play a subordinate part in promoting students. lixamiiuiiunw for prmuo- 
titms have hem wlmlly uhumhmtrl. The pupil's grade and standing is determined from his 
general character as a student, his earnestness, his diligence, his attention to dutv, his 
promptness in his work, and the mental power he displays. These are tested daily in 
class work as well as in frequenl oral and written reviews. This method reveals from 
day to day what the pupil knows and how he knows it, relieving the teacher and pupil 
from the final examination to detenu hie whether the promotion will he made, and host 
of all, it dispenses with the harmful "cramming" process. 

In Arithmetic, Geography, Grammar and Algebra then' are from three in live 
classes each term, so that students can enter school at any lime and he classed accord- 
ing to advancement. 

For many years the health of the students has been uniformly good. There is 
probably no healthier locality in the State. 

The Friends and Methodists both hold religious services on the Sabbath, and eabh 
maintains a Sabbath school. A society of the Y. P. S. ('. E. meets each Sabbath 
evening. 

A sufficient number of teachers is constantly employed, so that large classes may he 
avoided, and students may receive personal attention during recitation. 

Expenses are as low as at any other school affording equal advantages. 

The managers of the school are very careful to make this an institution in which 
Students who are away from home and its restraints will be surrounded by good, moral 
influences, and in this they have the co- ope ra I ion of the citizens ol (he village. 

There are no beer, liquor or billiard saloons in the village. 

No student whose influence is known In have a corrupting tendency will he re- 
tained in the school. 

DIPLOMA. 

Students whose conduct is exemplary and who complete the course of study and 
prepare and deliver a suitable literary production, will be furnished with a Diploma,, 
signed by the instructors and the President of the Board of Trustees. 



Bl'lC EI, A XI) AC A DEM V. 



15 



GRADUATES. 



1870. 

Eli U. Cook, Mustatine, Iowa. 

1H71 . 

Walter I). Jones, Dayton, Ohio. 
*Alvin 11. .Tonkins. 

H. Maov Good. 

<!. It. Dixon, I,., nnvillo, Iowa. 
-J{. < J. Hnouc, H'nomington. 
I (alias Sisson, (HoHwood. 
•Man- V. Rallengcr (Barnard), Newcastle 
Louisa Wickorshain, New Castle. 

I. ida IMu.ikIs (.Saint), Spieeland. 

187'J. 

I.indley !l. Johnson, Dunreith 

David II. Henley, Spieeland. 

Jaenhillill, Spieeland. 

Henry W. Painter, Spin-land. 

Hohi ii <;. .Mitchell. San Jose. California. 

187.'?. 

''Sadie I). Talhert ( Wright). 

Aaron I;. Hell, Rod ( lak, Iowa. 

J. Tilnian lliitcliin.s, Wabash, 

John Pennington . Si nail Iowa. 

Mary Slnlihs 1 1 'aimer), Spi. eland. 

Nathan W illiams, Oswego, Kansas. 

S. Carrie Talhert (Newhy), 1'crro liaiite. 

187-1. 

Alice Cary Collin (Russell), Springfield, Illinois 

Id vim Sponeoj i Harold), Richmond. 

J. I". I'M wards, Kansas ( iiy, .Missouri. 

William s. Mollili, Spi, eland. 

Fdwiu ( i. Kennai'd, t lulumhus, I Ihio, 

Nathan Unseiibcrgor, lies .Moines, Iowa 

VV. U. Jackson, Kuighlslown 

"• C. Mitchell, San Jose, California. 

lX~,r>. 

W. W. Gregg, What Cheer, Iowa 
William i'. |'id ;; e,,i,, Hiawailia, Net,. 
Irvin Stanley, lies),, [■, Kan as. 

1870. 

Milton Uolierls, lUiiuiwa, lowii. 

1878. 

S. 101 la Boguc (Dnggetl), Danville, Virginia 
M. Hello Chambers (ICsies), Grand Forks, Dakota 
J. Pinknuy .Mitchell, Fresno, California 
Thomas Mitchell, Spieeland. 
Flora Moore (lirady), l.incolnville. 
John t). Reed, ICasI Saginaw, Michigan. 
•-William S. Seai'ord, Spieeland. 
Fannie I'. Tlioriihnrgli (Parsons), Oak Park III. 

187!». 

Jay A. linck, Dnnroitli. 
Carrie M. Goodwin (Jcll'roy), New Castie 
-Thomas Newlin, Spieeland. 

1880. 

— J. Edgar Clond, Richmond. 

William N. Lamb, Vaeavilie, California 

Mattio Lamb ((Jutland), New Orleans, Louisiana. 

Ada tirace Mur|ihey, New Castle 

ICmnia llclle Roberts, Wostlield 

Ida May Roberts, Wcstlield. 

Frank Syinons, Honey Creek 

Litmira Truoblood (Kcllttni), VriomlHwood. 

: Pavaml. 



1881. 

Oscar I!. Raker, Knlglitstowi). 
'H'orrie Rogue 

Minnie K. Ronodict ( Blankonsuip), Paragon. 
Carrie M . Untliank, Spieeland. 
'"'Jesse .V. Stratlan. 

1S8'_J. 

'■'Arthur II. Haily. 

J. Newton Harnard, Dalcville. 
' Harriet Uugtte i Newlin), Kokomo. 

Ilailic l: Dickinson. Spieeland. 
•Charles Newlin, Kokonio. 

lSKIJ. 

Anna Mary Hudelson (Foster) Amory, Mo. 
Ityland ltatlill', Fairniotint. 
Julia Stall'ord iSluigari), Marion, 
liiuily \\ eeks, Mechanicsburg. 

1884. 

"Cora ICirk. 

• Ella Straltnn. Greensboro. 
"Virginia Grillin, Los Ajueles, California. 
-Isidore Hall ( A ilson) New London. 
William Julian, Mindeli, Nebraska. 
Charles II. Newhy, New Providence, Iowa. 

18S.">. 

-Mary I.. HroH u, .spieeland. 
•Alfred V. King, Gieeullcld. 
Oliver C. Steele, Knighislowii. 

I 886. 

•L. Winnie Haily, Spieeland. 
Mall ie K. IIi-ii» ii, spieehind. 
Richard N. Hroadbeiit, Spieeland. 
FJhorl S. Grillin, Diniieilh. 
Alouzo 0. HOilsoii, Spieeland; 
-John L. McNew, Maple Valley. 
Kussel Ratlin; Marion. 

1HS7. 

• Herbert 'I'. Haily, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 
v larencc II. Heard, Spieeland. 

~ Anna K. Rogue, Spn eland. 
Liiidley M . Comptoti, spi, eland. 
Lizzie S. Iliatl, Spieeland 

• Abram L. Miller, k'cliiiatd. 
Hen Smith, \\ estlield. 

tsss. 

Hhoda M. Ballenger, Spieeland. 

Hatiliah IC. Rrown, spieeland. 

Oryntheo I.. Rrown, Spieeland. 

Jessie A. lititler, Liwisville 

John C. Cook, New Caslle 
" Clara O. Edwards, Spi, eland. 
' 1. F.lva Elliott, (Ireenshoro 

J. A. (i rue list feet, Lewisville 
" Atlie IC. Ualelili', New Castle 

II. II. Ualelili', spieeland. 

II. II. Rayl, Spieeland. 
- Charles L. Stubbs, Spieeland. 

1889. 

Laura Henediet, Springport. 
Blanche Hraddoek, Willow Branch, 
Frank Copeland, Spieeland. 
lislella Deem, Spieeland. 
Lawrence I lardner, Spi, eland. 
Gertrude (lordon, Spieeland. 
Sim Giiilin, Hiinreii h. 
Otis A. Slubbs, Le« is v III,,. 
• .Mary A. White, Spieeland. 



' t I 



CALENDAR. 



First Term opens September 8, 1890. 

First Term ends December 24, 1890. 

Second Term opens January 5, 1891. 

Second Term cuds March 27, 1891. 

Third Term opens April 6, 1891. 

Third Term ends June 26, 1891. 

Public Meeting of Alumni, 7:30 p. m., June 25, 1891. 
Commencement Exercises. 10 a. m., June 20, 1891. 



! 

I 

CATALOGUE. 

OF Til K 

OFFICERS AND STUDENTS 

OF 

p i c @i a A c ei d e it? ^ 

SricKJ.AND, lli-NKv County, Indiana. 

FOR THE ACADEMIC YEA It 

1 890-9 1 . 



KNIOHTfiTOWN, IN[». i 
IJANNLI1 UTtAM flMNIINa MO'UUV 



I iOAL> D O P- T K'USTE ES. 



This school lias heen legally incoporated by tlie Society of Friend 
and is under the care of the following Board of Trustees: 

ELISIIA 15. RATCLTFF, President. KDWIN" HALL. 

DAN I ft L LAWRENCE, Secretary. II FG II GARDNER. 

MATT I ft A. WHITE. Treasurer. MARIETTA 15. TEAS. 

INSTRUCTORS 1890-91. 

THOMAS NEWL1N, Supkbintb n i»k\t, 
Natural Sciences, Metaphysics, and Theory and Practice of Teach illy. 
KDWIN ft. ST A RBUCK, 
Latin, and Mitthematics. 
K ATE STON K, 
History anjil Fnylish. 

CARRI ft C. HORN ft, 

Senehih Year. 
LIZZIE S. HI ATT, 
Fifth and Sixth Years. 

VIRGINIA GRIFFIN, 

Fourth Year. 
ST KM, A DEEM, 
Third Year. 

CYNTHIA A. FRIES, 

Second and First Years. ( 

MATT! ft ft. BROWN, 

Assistant in tiraunnar School Department. 

MARY ft. STEWART, 
Assistant, Spring Term. 

Instructors in Academic Department 1801-02. 
J. FRANK BROWN, Sr imoki ntk.vmknt, 

Latin and Fuf/tish. 

KDWIN MORRISON, 

Xahtral Science and- Mathematics. 



History and Common Brandies. 



CARRIE C. HORNE, 
I ntcrmediate Depart 'went . 



HISTORY. 

' Spiceland Academy is the oldest Academy in charge of Friends 
in Indiana. It was chartered as an Academy in 1872, but its history as a 
Friends' school is much older than this, dating back more than sixty 
years. It is under the control of Spiceland Monthly Meeting, by which 
Lodv the Board of Trustees is appointed. The teachers are selected by 
the Trustees. While the school is mule, denominational control it is not 
sectarian; its foundation rests upon solid Christian Culture. I he first 
class was graduated in 1870, and 1 Hi have received, diplomas from h< 
Academy.' More than 8,000 students have received instruction m the 
school since its organization as an Academy. 

LOCATION. 

Spicehuul Academy is located in the beautiful and flourishing town 
of Spiceland, Indiana, in the southern part of Henry county, on the L E- 
<fc W R R., two miles north of Dunreith On the Pennsylvania It. K 1 ho 
buildings are. situated in the midst of a beautiful grove, and adjoining is 
u large campus, well fitted for the various sports. 

ENTRANCft. 

Students can enter at any time, but students coining from other 
schools are required to bring certificate, stating their literary and moral 
standing. In absence of approved certificates examinations will be held, 
and students will be classified accordingly. 

NORMA I i DEFA RTM ftXT. 

Much care and attention are paid to the Normal teaching. More 
than seventv-nvc per cent, of our graduates have followed teaching for a 
lon-er or shorter period. More than half of the teachers ol Henry 
county have been students at the Academy. Those who desire to become 
teachers will find classes to suit every term, hut during the Spring term 
special efforts are made for Normal work. In this term Review classes 
will be formed in all the legal branches, it, which instruction i wi 1 be 
given in methods of teaching as well as a thorough review oi all the 
principles of these studies. Daily recitations are held in 1 edagogy 
Mental Science, Physical Geography and Rhetoric. Reside, these special 
Hawses much of the H igh School course is of particular value to teachers. 
Students cat. enter any classes for which they are prepared, and other 
classes nol named will he formed if thee is a snflicient demand. '"' 
term Is of sumeient length to enable students to do p HK | permamm 

xrorln In H"' Normal Course it is not intended to conduct a sche 

cramming for examination, hut it. is our intention to help teachers in 
their schools, quite as much as to aid them to get good licenses. A series 
of talks will be given in this course on school management, methods of 
instruction and the practical work of school teaching. 




4 



COURSE OF STUDY, 

First Year.— Reading, Spelling, Number, Language, Drawing, Writ- 
ing, General Lessons, Morals and Manners. 

Skcoxd Year.— Reading, Spelling, Writing, Number, Language, 
Drawing, Ural Local Geography, General Science Lessons, Morals and 
Manners, Declamations. 

Tin ni) Yka k.— Reading, Spelling, Writing, Number, Language, Draw- 
ing, Oral Geography, Genera) Science Lessons, Morals and Maimers, 
Declamations. 

Forum Vka It.— Reading, Spelling, Writing, Arithmetic, Geography 
Language, ( Jeneral Science Lessons, Morals and Mariners, Declamations. 

Fifth Year— Reading, Spelling, Writing, Arithmetic, Geography, 
Language, Lessons in Science, Drawing, Composition, Morals and 
Manners. 

Sixth Year. — Reading, Spelling, W riting, Arithmetic, Geography, 
Language Lessons, Lessons in Science, Drawing, Composition, Morals 
and Manners. 

Skvkntii Yka it. — Reading, Writing, Spelling, A ri thine tie, Geography, 
Language Lessons, Lessons in Science, Drawing, Composition, Morals 
and Manners. 

Eighth Year. Heading, Writing, Spelling-, Arithmetic, Geography', 
Grammar, Lessons in Science, Drawing, ( 'om position, Morals and Manners. 
GRAMMAR SCHOOL. 

Two terms in each of Arithmetic, English Grammar, U.S. History 
and Reading. One lorni in each of Physiology, Composition and Hook- 
keeping. 

NORMAL COURSE. (Spring Term.) 
Arithmetic, Grammar, U.S. History, Physiology, Physical Geog- 
raphy, Englisli Composition, Pedagogy, Psychology and Rhetoric. (See 
Page':}.) 



HIGH SCHOOL. 





FIRST YEAR. 


SECOND YEAR. 


I THIRD YEAR. 


TERM. 


FIRST. 


SECOND. 


THIRD. 


FIRST. 


SECOND. 


Till KB. 


1 FIRST. | SECOND. 


Til KID. 


MATHE- 
MATICS. 


Algebra. 


Algebra, 


Algebra. 


Geometer} 1 


Geometry. 


Trigo- 
nometry. 


I 

| 




LATIN. 


Begin 

I.MtiHOIIH 


I.UHKOI1H, 


Render. 


( -H'mir. 


Cii'sur. 




Virgil. 


VTrgiuTi 

Book- 

K w|ihi|; . | 




ENG LISH • 


Kmp.ii> h i, ml 
Dcciama- 
lii.'iH. 


(Cmmya iiinl 
Declama- 
tions. 


|i,H»llJ » mill 
Di'i'lmnu - 
linns. 


KsHUyH Ut.U 

Deiiaina- 

tlollS. 


..... 
Oi utloii . 




lU.otorie. W H .?!' 

| Liter tu re 


I'libiii: 
Oration. 
Ens;, lilt. 


liisTom. 




General 
History. 


General 
History. 




EiiXlish 
11 i»t .ry. 


Civil Gov- 
ernment, 


_ ^ 


History 
of Civili- 
zation. 


SCIENCE. 


Natui nl 
PliiW- 

Drawing. 




Zoology. 


Cbemistrj 






Cit-uio^y 41 Political 
Mineral- 1 Econ- 
omy. Psy-omy. As- 
cliology. Itronomy. 


Moral 
Science. 
Botany. 



REMARKS ON COURSE OF STUDY. 

The above course of study has been prepared with reference to those 
students who do not expect to pursue a college course, but who desire to 
acquire a knowledge of those branches which will tit them for active 
life. Fpeeidl mi tent km, however, is given to preparing student* for college. 
Students are urged to choose a college course, and all possible aid will be 
given. Students will be admitted to any of the leading colleges of Indi- 
ana without examinations. 

Other classes will be formed whenever a sufficient number desire to 
pursue those studies. 

I'i n mans hip, Reading and t 'omposition will receive attention th rough- 
out the whole course of study. 

At the close of the Winter term the members of the second year High 
School class hold an exhibition, for which each member prepares an 
essay, oration or declamation, and th«' public speakers are chosen from 
the number. 

KNGLISH. 

Resides the usual work in English Grammar, special attention is paid 
to English Composition, which is preparatory to t he work in Rhetoric. 
This consists of a study of ( I rainmatical Purity, Choice and Use of Words, 
and Kinds of Composition, with practical exercises in each. English 
and American Literatures receive careful attention. The work consists 
of a brief history of the rise and growth of the English language, a 
history of the lives and times of the leading authors, and a critical study 
of selections from their writings. The aim i*- to create a taste for good 
literature. 

LA TIN. 

In order to receive a diploma a student must have at least two years' 
work in Latin, or in special cases equivalents may be taken to lit the 
student for college. Thorough drill on the declension of nouns and 
adjectives and the conjugation of verbs is given, also on the application 
of the rules of construction. The derivation of English words is studied, 
and in tin- advanced work exercises in sight-reading are given. The in- 
tention is to make this study practical as well as disciplinary. The in- 
ductive method is used in this study. 

II I STORY. 

Besides tin; work in United States History in the Grammar School, 
a thorough foundation is laid in Genera! History, English History, 
Civil Government and the Philosophy of History. This course will open 
up to the student the deeds of mankind in all ages in their struggle for 
rational freedom. The course includes two full yours of historical study. 

SCIENCE. 

The Academy is supplied with sufficient apparatus to be a valuable 
aid in the study of the Natural Sciences. In Natural Philosophy the 
subject is illustrated by many simple pieces of apparatus, besides an air- 
pump, electrical machine, batteries, etc. In Chemistry, students do 



practical work in the Laboratory, which is well supplied witli chemicals 
and apparatus for the analysis of unknown substances. Geology and 
Mincrology are illustrated by a collection of more than twelve hundred 
specimens, presented to the Academy by the Alumni. In Zoology and 
Botany, animals and plants are studied from nature, and systems of clas- 
sification are made prominent. In all the sciences, objects are studied 
as much as possible. 

MATHEMATICS. 
In tliis study, - practical problems are given as much as possible, and 
especially is this done in Geometry. The students have the use of a 
Surveyor's compass and chain, and learn their practical use. Book-keep- 
ing and its practical phases of business papers and all commercial forms, 
is taught, and a student is prepared to take charge of a set of books for a 
business firm. In the High School, one year is spent on Algebra and one 
year on (ieometry and Trigonometry. 

KATES OK TUITION. »_ w . 



Primary Department— First Year $0 30 

Primary Department — Second Year , !)"> 

Primary Department— Third and Fonrlli Years 40 

Intermediate Depart inent f ,V> 

Grammar School — Kirst Year / 65 

Crammar School — Second Year 7- r > 

High School -Kirst V ear 80 

High School— Second Year 90 

High School — Third Year 1 <n> 

Normal and KuVicw Classes W 

Commercial Department 1 00 



Special review classes will be considered as belonging to the High 
School, and will be charged accordingly. 

No deduction will be made for absence after enrollment, except in 
cases of protracted ill health. I n event of sickness, notice must, in all 
cases, be given of the withdrawal of the pupil, as no deduction will be 
made until this is done. 

LITERARY EXERCISES. 

Resides the woi;k of the Literary Society connected with the school 
literary exercises will be expected of students in all grades, both in class 
work and before; the whole .school. Care' is used that students may learn 
the art of composition and public delivery. To this end, public exercises 
are frequently held to commemorate some uuthor,or well-known historical 
event. Essays and declamations arc a part of the regular school work. 

LIBRARIES. 

I 'our sots of Encyclopedias arc. in the school room, and these' with 
the Dictionaries and numerous reference books are for the free use of 
all. There are three Libraries in connection with the school, which con- 
tain about two thousand volumes; two of them belonging to the Literary 
Societies and the other to the Academy Association. Additions are 
made each year. 

BOARDING. 

The citizens of Spicelami have always given the students a hearty 
welcome by receiving them into their homes. It is the intention to offer 



students the advantages of a thorough education for a small outlay of 
money. Students have been in attendance the past year whose ent e 
expenses, including tuition, have been less than ,100. The cost o ^board- 
ing who everything is furnished is *3 per week. Rooms either faLni.hed 
or unfurnished can be rented by those who desire to board themseUe,, 
and tin; price of living reduced to n very small sum. 

LECTURES. 

Opportunity is offered to students, free of cost, of hiring good 
,ectures on education, scientific and literary subjects, bor several >ears 
a lecture course has been maintained by the school. 

G EN ER.-V.L ITEMS. 
The government of the school is based upon the idea that manhood 
is more Than scholarship, ami that self-respect and self-contro on he 
par of the student are important facto,, in the format.on of chara er 
Greater stress is laid upon the thoroughness oi instruction and accma. > 
of knowledge than upon rapidity of advancement. 

Promotions are ..ever made on the ground of technical advancement 
•done and examinations play a subordinate part in promoting student. 
^nation* for pronation* have, keen actional. The pupil s grade and 

standing is determined from his general character as a student l . s eat v- 
, s ess, his diligence, his attention to duty, his promptness m hi wo k 
d the mental power he display,. These are tested daily ... < u«j 
w k as well as 'in frequent oral and written review. , me 1 d 
reveals from day to day what the pupil knows and how he kno*s ... o- 
Rt^g the teacher and pupil from the final examination to determine 
wheutr the promotion will be made, and best Of all.it dispenses with 
the harmful "cramming'' process. 

I„ Arithmetic, Geography, Grammar and Algebra there nre from 
three to live classes each term, so that students can enter school at a.n 
time and be classed according to advancement. 

For many years the health of the students has been uniformly good. 
There is probably no healthier locality in the State. 

Th( , fiends ,^1 Methodists both hold religious services on the 
Sabbath, and each maintain a Sabbath school. A society of t he \ I S 
V. | ;. meets each Sabbath evening, and students are welcomed to its 
meetings. 

V sufficient number of teachers is constantly employed, so that large 
classes may be avoided, and students may receive personal attention 
during recitation. 

Expenses are as low as at any other school affording equal advantages. 
The managers of the school are very careful to make this an institu- 
tion in which students who are away from home and its restraints will 
be surrounded by good, moral influences, and in this they have the 
Cooperation of the citizens of the village. 

There are no beer, liquor or billard saloons in the village. 



No student whoso influence is known to have a corrupt tendency will 
he retained in the school. 

DIPLOMA. 

Students whose conduct is exemplary and who complete the course 
of study and prepare and deliver a suitable literary production, will be 
furnished with a Diploma, signed by the instructors and the President 
of the Board of Trustees. 



SPWKLAXD AC Al >/■'.)/ V 



fiist of Pupils. 

High School, 



SENIORS. 

,„,,,,,, Spiceland. 

Ethel M. Copeland Spiceland. 

Louie Edmundson spiceland. 

Maurine Gardner Markleville. 

Chas. N. Hardy Spiceland. 

O.Alice Hiatt Dunreith. 

Ernest R. Sisson Spiceland. 

Alfred H. bymona ii-vington. 

Mary M. Teas Wilkinson. 

Charles litus Spiceland. 

Herbert Woodard 1 



SECOND YEAR. 



i ml. 



J. S. Baily Sniceiami. 

Clara Brown spiceland. 

Warren Lvans LeVisville. 

John P. Greens reet 

Winnie Hmshaw spiceland. 

Alice C. Lawrence Spiceland. 

Olen Payne • Greensboro. 

Vernie Phelps Spiceland. 

Leety Ra tlifh. Spiceland. 

Florence Rayl Spiceland. 

Lena Rayl.. (jWensboro, 

Alvin 1 Inch 

FIRST YEAR. 

Spiceland. 

I.clia Allen spiceland. 

Beota Berry .Spiceland. 

Oscar Boj-ue Spiceland. 

Mary Cbamiiess spiceland. 

Morris toflm Wilkinson. 

Nancy V- Cook .Honev Creek 

Luther iadely Markleville. 

Horace Hardy "."'/..Spiceland. 

FIOX" 1 ) 1 ", ..S .Iceland. 

Nellie Hodson ...Spiceland. 

Arho Hood Westland. 

Leora Jessup Spiceland. 

Frank Mathews » 



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SP1 ELAN J) A CA DEM J . 



John A. Miller Knightstown. 

Eva Thomas Willow Branch. 

Lulu Welch Dunreith. 

Orville T. White Spiceland. 

Chas. Thornburg Anderson. 

Herbert Newby Sterling, Kan. 

IRREGULARLY CLASSIFIED. 

(J. A. Beard Spiceland. 

Fred Rogue Spiceland. 

W. T. Bowen Kennard. 

P. C. Barnard Kempton. 

Earl Copeiand Spiceland. 

Estella Charles Spiceland. 

Oliver Charles Spiceland. 

Emma Deem Spiceland. 

Nora Deem Spiceland. 

Abbie Gilbert Lewis ville. 

Anna Ging Gings. 

Mamie Griffin Ogden. 

Claren ce Hall Spiceland. 

7jog K. IJnm Wilkinson. 

Cleodus Iliatt .1 New Castle. 

Ida Hiatt New Castle. 

Leone Iliatt Spiceland. 

Drusie II inehman Spiceland. 

C. Elsie Hudelson Ogden. 

M. M. Hndelson Ogden. 

E. II. Lewis Pendleton. 

Elisha MeFarland Dunreith. 

Mossy Macy Greensboro. 

Ora E. Millikan Spiceland. 

Clarence D. Painter Spiceland.J 

Otho Peer Spiceland. 

Keofet Peer Spiceland. 

Kred Newby Spiceland. 

Nellie Batfiff Spiceland. 

W. S. Bayl Spiceland. 

Edgar L.Rodgers Kennard. 

Cora Rhodes Knightstown. 

Anna Ril'ner Spiceland. 

A. K. Smiley Dunreith. 

George Smith Greensboro. 

Arthur Symous Spiceland. 

Mary Syinons Spiceland. 

Oscar Symons Spiceland. 

Amos Vickrey Dunreith. 

Walter Thomas Dunreith. 

Francis C. White Knightstown. 

Bay White Lewisville. 

Roy White Lewisville. 

.Mat tie Wilson Spiceland. 

NORMAL COURSE. 

Frank Addison Willow Branch. 

Nellie Beavers Mt. Summit. 

Maggie Beavers Mt. Summit. 

Mary Binford , . . . Westland. 



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„ T , , Daleville. 

Oscar W. Brandon Marklevillo. 

Alton Collier 0"-den. 

Mamie Grillin Cadiz . 

J. D. Hansard ^ e w Lisbon. 

J. R. Herr ."..'..New Castle. 

Cleodus Hiatt : New Castle. 

Ida Hiatt Lynn 

Dora Hodgin • Mechaniesburg. 

Scott Lewis Cadiz; 

Luther McCormack Markleville. 

Will L. Mauxy Middletown. 

Will Minmck Springport. 

Bessie Nay ' [.'."Markleville. 

Addie Noland X( W r . ist le. 

Florence Parker Tabor 

Otto Pence Spiceland. 

Otho Poer • Spiceland. 

Florence Rayl Knb'htstown. 

Clara Rhodes... Sulphur Springs. 

Lula Roherback Koriivport. 

Rosa Skinner Dunreith. 

A. E. Smiley.... Markleville. 

Eliza Somerville Spiceland. 

Mary Symons Willow Branch. 

Clara VValkor .Willow Branch. 

Kmma N\ alker Markleville. 

A. L. West M ays. 

Belle Widau.. '.'.Mechaniesburg. 

B. F. Wisehart Honev Creek. 

Belltoll \oung 

GRAMMAR SCHOOL. 

_ . '. Hamilton's. 

FvaD Ayres Cudl'/.. 

Nellie Laker .Knightstown. 

Baymond Bales Spiceland. 

Eddie Ballenger s .Iceland. 

Bessie Brown Spiceland. 

Howard Bandy.. Spiceland. 

Claude Copeiand Goldsboro, N. C. 

Edgar J. Cox .'.'."'.Ovid. 

Flora Davis • poplar (irnve. 

Ora Davis..... Markleville. 

Walter Davis .Spiceland. 

Carrie S. Dawson M-ivs 

Rebecca Dyer.... """snvder. 

Roseoe Ldwaidb... Spiceland. 

Arthur Hammond Dmuvith. 

Kannie Hayes SPiceland. 

Henry Hiatt spiceland. 

Ruby IHnchman Spiceland. 

BertHmshaw ."spiceland. 

Uva Hinshaw .spiceland. 

Ida Holloway '.".'.'......Dunreith. 

Frank Hudelson ■ Spiceland. 

Grace Johnson Spiceland. 

Bessie Kirk Spiceland. 

Elma Lawrence : .".".'^."^"ZZ^^ph-eland. 



Angie Martin 

Fred Matthews... 



.Spiceland 



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SJ'JC'Ji'LAJVl) AOAJJJCM Y 



EffaMoffit 0"-den 

Pearl Moffit. ^".'.'Spiceland. 

Wallace Newby Spiceland. 

Relle Pennington Qgclen 

Y\ ank T , Pi "s Spiceland. 

A } ieo oer Spiceland. 

Alvi1 1>oer Spiceland. 

Everett Poor , Spiceland. 

Nora Poor : Kpiceland. 

Anna RatoliIT Kpiceland. 

Willie RatoliIT Spiceland. 

Lizzie Rum lor Grid. 

(leorfyo Saint Now Castle. 

Grace Kainl New Castle. 

Smith Spiceland. 

Julia Spencer Kpiceland. 

Monta Spencer ! Kpiceland. 

M. E. Spencer Ossiati. 

Bertha Stafford , Spiceland. 

Dora Sin fTord Kpiceland. 

Zotta Williams Marklevilie. 

Ellie Wilson Lowisville. 

Avery Winters Spiceland. 

Alma You ng Ogdeii. 



I X T E R M E D r A T E 1 ) E PA RT M E N T. 



Roy Allen. 


Arlo Lane. 


Clint Bundy. 


Maude Lane. 


Willie ('arson. 


Mary Lawrence. 


Bertha diaries. 


May Leamon. 


Fred Copoland. 


Florence Mollis; 


Irene Deem. 


Will Mollis. 


Edna Edwards. 


Cordie Mote. 


Everett Edwards. 


Elton Nowby. 


Carrie English. 


Mabel Nowby. 


( roorge Evans. 


Maggie Newell. 


Betty Fegley. 


A una Oakey. 


Lizzie Forehand. 


Michael Painter. 


Eflie Foster. 


Walter Painter. 


Frank Foster. 


Elzo Perry. 


Louis Fox. 


Clyde Pierce, 


Mattie Cordon. 


Glen Pierce. 


Charlie ( J-ritli n. 


U attic Poor. 


Albert Hiatt. 


Willie Ratliff. 


( !arl 1 1 i nclunan. 


Harrv Rife. 


Pea rl 1 lodson. 


Zolla Rii'e. 


Grace J 1 n pp. 


Ethel Rii'ner. 


Carrie .Jones. 


Clyde Sisson. 


Josie King, 


Mamie Stafford. 


Otis King. 


Homer White. 


Gertie Kirk. 


Maude Whit©. 


Ottie Kiser. 


Charlie Wrightenberry. 



N'ote:— The four lower departments, enrolling about 2 H) pupils, are not enumerated in 
this list of student*. 



SI' !<'/■:/, A. \ /> AC A />/. 



Summary 



men kciiooL: 

Seniors, 

Second Year, 

First Year, 

Irrigular, 
NORMA L DEPARTMENT: 
GRAMMAR SCHOOL: 
INTERMEDIATE: 

Total, 



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HPICKLAND ACADKM Y. 



|> radiates. 



1870. 

Ell U. Cook, Mustatine, Iowa. 
John J. Stiibhw, Omaha, Nob. 

1871. 

Walter D. Jones, Dayton, Ohio. 

•Alvln U. Jenkins. 

•I. Maoy Good. 

<l, li. Dixon, Carlisle, Pa, 

II. CJ. Bonne, Blouuilngton, 

Dallas Slssori, Spiceland. 

Mary V. Balenger (Barnard), Now Caatlo. 

Louisa Wickershain, Now Castle, 

Lhla Edwards (Saint), Now Caatlo. 

1872. 

Lindloy II. Johnson, Dunreith. 
llaviil II. Henley, Spiceland. 
Jacob Hill, spiceland. 
Henry W. Painter, Spit aland. 
Robert G. Mitchell, San Jose, California. I 
I87!!. 

•Sadie D. Talbert, (Wright). 

Aamn B. Boll, Hod Oak, Iowa. 

*J . Tilinan II utohins. 

John Pennington, Stnart, Iowa. 

Mary Stubby (I'aintor), Spioeland. 

Nathan Williams, Oswego, Kan. 

S. Carrie Tall. fit (Nowby), Spiceland. 

1871. 

Alice Cary Collin (Russell), SI. Louis, Mo. 
Elvira Spencer ( Harold), Richmond. 
J. I*. Edwards, Richmond. 
William S. Molfit, Spiceland. 
Edwin 0, Keunard, Knightstown. 
Nathan Roscnborger, Dos Moines, Iowa, 
\V. K. Jackson, Knightstown, 
D. C. Mitcholl, San Jose, California. 

1875. 

W. W, Gregg, What Cheur, Iowa. 
William C. Pidjroon, Washington, Kan. 
Irvin Stanley, llespiir, Ivan. 

1870. 

Milton Roberta, Otumwa, Iowa. 

1878. 

S. 101 la Hogiio(l)nggnlt), Danville, Virginia. 
M. Hollo Chambers (Hates), Grand Forks, Dllkola. 
.1. I'liihoy Mitchell, Fresno, California. 
Thouian Mil. lu ll, Spb eland. 
Ii'loro Monro (Brady), l.tcnlnvllK 
John (). Rood, Kast Saginaw, Michigan. 
William S. Seaforil, Spieolunil. 
Kan n In I*. Thornbiirg (Parsons), Oak Park, 111. 
1N7D. 

Jay A. Buck, Dunreith, 

'an in M. (ioodwln (Jeffrey), Now Caatlo. 

Tin inns Ncwlin, New berg, Oregon. 



1880. 

J. Kdgar Cloud, Richmond. 

William N. Lamb, Vacaville, California. 

Mattio Lamb (Outlanil), Ambuy. 

Ada Grace Murphy, New Oaatle. 

Km ma Hello Roberta, Arkauaaa City, Kan. 

Ida May Roberts, Arkansas City, Kan. 

Frank Symona, Money Creek, 

Lamli u Tmeblood (Kelluin), Fiiondswood. 

1881. 

Oscar It. Baker, Knightstown. 
*Coi lio Rogue. 

Minnie E. Benedict (Blaukenship), Paragon. 
Carrie M.Unlhank, Indianapolis. 
♦Josbo A, Strattan. 

1882. 

'Arthur II. liaily. 
J. Newton Barnard, Daleville. 
Harriet Rogue (Nowlin), Kokomo. • 
flattie E. Dickinson, Spiceland. 
Charles Newliu, Kokomo. 

i88:t. 

Anna Mary llndolsuii (Foster) Ainory, Mo. 
Ryland Ratlilf, Kuirmouut. 
Julia Stafford (ShugarO, Marion. 
Emily Weeks, Mcehanicsburg. 

1881. 

♦Cora Kirk. 

Ella Stratton, Greensboro. 
Virginia Qiitlin, Dunreith. 
Isailore Hall (Wilson), Spiceland. 
William Julian, Mindeii, Nebraska. 
Charles B Newby, New Providence, Iowa. 

1885. 

Mary I.. Brown (Pennington), Splcoland. 
Alfred V, King, Greenfield. 
Oliver 0. Steele, Spiceland. 

188(>. 

L Winnie Baily, Spiceland. 
Mattie E. Brown, Spiceland. 
Richard N. Broadbent, HI wood, 
KlbortS. Grlllln, ISlwood, 
AIoii7.ii (!. Hudson, Spiceland. 
John L. MeNow, Maple Valley. 
Rnasel Itallilf, Minion, 

18S7, 

llerhori T. Bally, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 

Clarence II. Board, Spiceland. 

Anna K. Rukhc, Spiceland. 

Lindley M. Compton, Anadarko, Iud. Tor. 

Ll/.zlo S. lliatl, Splcoland. 

A brain L. Miller, Kennard, 

Beit Smith, Wcstlield. 



HP I CK L AN I) A CA I) KM Y. 



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Rhoda M. Ralloiigcr, Spiceland. 
Hannah E. Brown, Baton, Iowa. 
Orynthoo L. Brown, Baton, Iowa. 
Jospin A. Butler, Lowisville. 
John C. Cook, Greensboro. 
Clara G. Edwaads, Spiceland. 

I. . Elva Elliott, Greensboro. 
J. A, Greenstroot, Lewisville. 
Attie E. Ratcliff, New Castle. 

II. II. Ratcliff, Spiceland. 
II. II. liayl, Spicolnnd. 
Charles L. Stubbs, Spiceland. 



"Deceased. 



I8H1) 

Laura Benedict, Sprlngport. 
Blanche Braddock, Willow Branch. 
Frank Copeland, Dunreith. 
Kslolla Deetn, Spiceland. 
Lawrence Gardner, Spiceland. 
Gertrude Gordon, Spioelalnl. 
Sue Griffin, Dunreith. 
Otis A Slut. ha, Lewisville, 
Mary A . White, Spiceland. 

1800. 

L. Kit io Butler, Lewisville. 
Elmer Deem, Spiceland. 
Edwin 11. Ratcliff, Spiceland. 
Bonnie Stratton, Greensboro. 
S. E. Stubhs, Fpicehmd, 



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i 

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G a fend car. 



First Term opens September 7, 1891. 

First Term ends December 24, 189!. 
Second Term opens January 4, 1892. 

Second Term ends March 25, 1892. 
Thud Term opens April 4, 1892. 

Third Term ends June 2ti, 1892. 
Public Meeting of Alumni, T:.W p. m., June 23, 1892. 

Commencement Exercises, 10 a. in., June 24. 1892. 



CATALOGUE 

OP THE 

OFFICERS AND STUDENTS 



OF 




SPICELAND PUBLIC SCHOOLS, 

SPICELAND, HENRY CO., IND., 

FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR 




NCW CASTLE, INDIANA! 
COURIER COMPANY PRINT. 
1892. 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF SPICELAND ACADEMY. 

This school has been legally incorporated by the Society 
of Friends, and is under the care of the following Board of 
Trustees : 

ELISHA B. RATCLIFF, President. EDWIN HALL. 
DANIEL LAWRENCE, Secretary. HUGH GARDNER. 
MATTIE A. WHITE, Treasurer. MARIETTA B. TEAS. 



SPICELAND CORPORATION SCHOOL BOARD. 

ALBERT HODSON, President. 

JOHN ELLIOTT, Secretary 

H. H. RAYL, Treasurer. 



CALENDAR 1892-93. 

First Term opens Monday, Sept. 5, 1892. 

First Term ends Friday, Dec. 23, 1892 

Second Term opens Monday, Jan. 2, 1893. 

Second Term ends Friday, March 24, 1893. 

Third Torm opens Tuesday, April 4, 1893. 

Third Term ends Friday. June 23, 1893. 

Public Meeting of Alumni, 7:30 p. m. June 22, 1893. 

Commencement Exercises, 10 a. m. June 23, 1893. 



INSTRUCTORS 1891-92. 



ACADEMIC DEPARTMENT. 

j F BROWN, Superintendent, 
Mental Science, Pedagogy and Latin. 
EDWIN MORRISON, 
Natural Science and Mathematics. 
BERTHA M. BROWN, 
History and Common Branches. 
W. II. SANDERS. 
Normal Department, 
CARRIE C. HORNE, 
Intermediate Department {Spring Term). 

PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 



J F. BROWN, - - 
CARRIE C. HORNE, 
LIZZIE S. HI ATT, - 
STELLA DEEM, - 
ISADORE WILSON, - 
IDA SHELTON, 



Superintendent. 
Room No. 5. 
Room No. 4. 
. . Room No. 3. 

. - Room No. 2. 
. . Room No. 1. 



INSTRUCTORS 1892-93. 



ACADEMIC DEPARTMENT. 

j F BROWN, Superintendent, 
Menial. Science. Pedagogy and Latin. 

JOHN E. PARKER, 
Natural Seieuee ami Mathematics. 

BERTHA M. BROWN, 
History and Common llranches. 

PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 

j F. BROWN, - - Superintendent. 

HTb " 
STELLA D^EEM,' - - - = £ * 

... ,,, i i/upm . - LvOOm -" 

, 1T r,v 4 w - - Room No. 1. 

IDA SHELTON, 



SPICELAND ACADEMY. 



HISTORY. 

Spiceland Academy is the oldest academy in charge of Friend* 
n Indiana. It was chartered as an academy in 1872 but its h£ 

Kofis und tGa i C arG - " * 22^2^,2 Sic 
school s under denominational control, it is not soctari- • !« 
foundation rests upon solid Christian culture The li , 

oTflflnntnd in 101 ., i i. r i " lulli ' J lie lllSt (lass was 

LOCATION. 

trwn P nfi a " d f™? ( t U T> lpCated in the beautiful ami flourishing 

svlvanh K if Tl^ ? ' "i r ° in,loH n . orlh of D «">w«th. on the IVnm 
tiuV rove ami V bu . lIdl1 !^ »™ situated in the midst of a beau- 
S?ks sporS J ° imng KS il large eam P us ' wel1 fitted for the 

ENTRANCE. 

^ftov U C M ntS i ° an ontor at an ' y fcime - but students coming from 
other schools are required to bring certificates statin ,7m 1? 
orary and moral standing. In absence of appr two d ?o r I < •, t 
—fU ous will be held, and students wi^belSfit^ 

NORMA L 1 ) 15 PA J STM ENT. 

Mo^Unu'rvonTl H UGntl ° n iU '° f m to the Normal teaching, 
teachi i ^ y " hV ° P T CeUtof 0ur equates have followed 
teac erf nf Wo or shorter period. More than half of the 

teaUieis of Henry county have been students at the Academy 

e^ry term bui? t0 wil1 * lld classed to 2t 

for N orm "i l' wor I - Tn^i l i >ril l? *?rm «P°^1 efforts are made 
a?l tho Wul m . ,n,i "T tevi <^ classes will be formed in 

o s 1 S i • : S M m Wh n h ,,ls, T uc,,ion wili in moth- 

of t, L : ," n ■ aS a "'V™^' '^View of illl the principles 
otlimsostud! s. Daily recitations are ollered in Pedagogy a (MI - 

fpocial classes, much oi the High School course is of particular 



SPICELAND ACADEMY AND PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 



value to teachers Students -n ef er any ^-s foy^vhich^y 
are prepared and other <$^™\^*ZLt length to enable 
is a sufficient demand, lhc term is ux Norma i Course it 

students to do good, permanent ™k Id -thoj o i ^ 

struction, and the practical work oi school teacnm D 




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SPICISLAND ACADEMY AND PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 



REMARKS ON COURSE OF STUDY. 



Classes in Bookkeeping, Single and Double entrv will h« 
formed whenever there is sufficient demand, and tu /on will be 
charged at the same rate as for a third- vear sturh, <SvS 7 * 

n- e coursr but who desire to acquire a knowledge of thn«n 
branches which wiilfltthomforactivoife. 

Lattn, Mathematics and other subjects will be given whenever a 
su he ent number of students desire it. Students^re uS to take 
a college course, and they will be admitted to any o ' the leading 
colleges of Indiana without examination Y fading- 

In Arithmetic U. S. History, Geography, Physiolo-v Gram 
mar and A gebra there are from three* to five claSes eaSi lenn 

^!ng^vanSJr rSCh00] * *"» "* ^ classed aJ 

witl^at^^ Scl -1 is in harmony 

bo ,^ SS U an Gxh, V U r n ' for which each mom- 

uL ■ i, i S p ay ' °f? tl0n or declamation, and the public 
speakers are chosen from the number. 

ENGLISH. 

is, niS ? k> d FnSTn l] W ° rl V in E ^V«h«ra.nm a r, special attention 
£1 ' ric ' ^ !/ ' ,,n, / ,OS ; ,1 ° 1 :' totlte work in 

in lis ,'„f 'J lh 7 ,,lsls s ;^astu.lv<.r(;ra.n,nat,i(, 1 ,l Purity, Choice 
and Usooi Words, and Kmds of Composition, win, m^Hical ox 

ful attention. The work consists of a brief history of the rise i mi 
growth of he English language a history of tl i cf 1 i ves ai id ti mes 

tJK n w i itings. 1 he aim us to create a taste for good literature. 

LATIN. 

work^win rCCOiV ° a . d iP loma a studeat have two years' 
\\oik m Latin, or in special cases equivalents may be taken to tit 

nouns and" ,1 1\ ? horo ^ drill on the declension of 

n e lSS ? VeS f T Uh ? ^^^of verbs is given, also 
of - conSh " ° f * h0 1 rules ?f instruction and the acquiring 
fe stS nS - pabulary. The derivation of English words 
are Avon' a ? d . m n tho advanced work exercises in sight-reading 
arc given. It is the purpose to invest all the work in Latin wit 



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a living spirit that it may be a means of genuine, literary culture 
as well as of mental discipline. 

HISTORY. 

Besides the work in United States History ^ 
School, a thorough This course 

History, Civil 'Ss of mSd in all ages 

will open up to the stud( lit t ie oect ^ includes three 

in their struggle lor rational ii eedom. i ne cou 
full years of historical study. 

SCIENCE. 

The Academy is supplied ^ ffi 
valuable aid in the study oi } )« N^« ; j ^ of ap . 

Philosophy the subject is dlusti a ted by in. ^ itorics , etc. 

paratus, besides an air pumj ec t u ^ « u » Laboral 
In Chemistry, students do ..P^^J^d^paratas for the 
which is well supplied with ohomicAla ^\^\^ iaaKaXosy aro 
analysis of unknown substances. G .« 1 o„; y a S p c4mens, 

illUS 4fd d E the Academy "by ' the Alui m 1 In Zoo U and 
presented to the ^ Ac ^ y / tudicd frora nature, and systems 

SffiflS^ n£S . In all the sciences, objects 

are studied as much as possible. 

MATHEMATICS. 

In this study, practical problems are 
ble, and especially is this done in Gt on ry [^f» heir cti . 
the use of a surveyor's compos and cha^ aad g 

st^sss^. ii r ferret: 

anil Trigonometry. 

RATES OF TUITION. 

_ Vonr ™- 



,,. , v so :;o. 

Primiirv Department — 1'iret Year .,- 

Primary nepartmeiH-^ooml , y"" " i* ' v^nr 40. 

Primary Department— Tlurd ami l'ourth Y» >ir 

Intermediate Department.. (;5< 

Grammar School— First 75. 

Grammar School— Second ^ ear 80. 

High School— First Year ^ 90. 

High School— Second Year j qq 

High School— Third Year "'" f) _ 

Normal and Review Classes " 1 qq 

Commercial Department • 



Special review classes will bo considered as belonging to 
*« ^Ibrcf^'en—, e, 



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SPICELAND^CADEMY AND PUBLIC SCHOOLS, 



cept in cases of protracted ill h pi hi, t~ * • „ . 

must, in all cases, be given of ^JtiJ? 0V& ] to I Bickaesa ^ no «ce 

deduction will be made unS] Lisls dte - ° f the PUpi1 ' as no 

LITERARY EXERCISES 

both in class work and before tS w£ i ^ de , n ts m all grades, 
that students may learn the -rt oP -?^ SCh °° L Care is used 
livery. To this end rmhlt T composition and public de- 
commemorate some auC or woilT° S ar \ occasi ^allV held to 
says and declamations^ ^S^SS^^ *" 

LIBRARIES. 

-m, and these 

free use of all. There are thiol l rh, ' r C(i books are for the 
school, which contain about two t 1 ^connection with the 

belonging to the L Hera w SoSio VO um <^ two of them 

Association. J^^^^^^^ to «* Academy 

BOARDING. 

ho Jy weW by &!? f b lVC ^ the students a 

intention to offer sL en 1 s t he a tZ ?J° homeB - 11 is ^ 

for a small outlay of nw n0 y T i ofw ? if th °?™ gl \ education 
thing is furnished is * • \ V J Sl ° f hoarding when every- 
furnished can be ivnl< I J n. , Iv °? m ? cltllor J l "-msl.ed or un- 
and the price ofU?„^^ "™'vos, 

'LECTURES. 

t' n' S a 1CC m ? COUrse has been maintained by he school 

Haute ■ »Thn \in,r o , V Ilon> Rlchard Thompson, Terro 
naute I he Medical Profession in the Civil War " hv Dr T T? 

GENERAL ITEMS 

pMHy of advSmenT * " W!0B,cy °< know "^ *" »P°» » 

recori'n.nlf ti!;! S ? T'"' 0fth0 work ol C1,0h P«P« is kept. This 
recoia and the final examination determine the recorded grade 



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Students whose daily class record is 95 per cent with ^tendance 
application and deportment equally good, may be excuse d &om ex 
animation. Those who satisfactorily complete the Grammai 
School course are given certificates to that effect. 

For many years the health of the students has been uniformly 
o-ood There is probably no healthier locality m the State. 
b The I Friends and Methodists both hold religious services on 
the Sabbat and each maintain a Sabbath school. A society of 
the Y P. S. C. E. meets each Sabbath evening, and students aie 

welcomed to its meetings. , ,, r amn r nw A <;n 

A sufficient number of teachers is constantly employed so 
that large classes may be avoided, and students may receive per- 
cioual attention during recitation. , 
Expanses arc, as low as at any other school affording equal 

ThfSanagcvs of the school are very careful to make this an 
institution in Which students who are away from home and its ,ra- 
straints will be surrounded by good, moral influences, and in this 
thev have the cooperation of the citizens oi the vi lage. 

There are no beer, liquor, or billiard saloons in the village. 

No student whose influence is known to have a corrupt ten- 
dency will be retained in the school. 

DIPLOMA. 

Students whose conduct is exemplary, and who complete the 
course of study and prepare and deliver a suitable literary pro- 
Sion wo! be Wshed with a Diploma signed by the in- 
structors and the President of the Board ol I rusfces. 



SPICELAND PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 



The public schools of Spiceland Corporation are under the 
same supervision as Spiceland Academy, but otherwise; they arb 
wholly under the control of the Corporation school board. Pupils 
not residing' in, or not attached to, Spiceland Corporation are re- 
quired to pay tuition at rates given elsewhere in this catalogue. 

The course of study is based upon that adopted by tho 
County Superintendents' Convention and used throughout the 
State. 

The work of each school year is divided into two parts and 
promotions are made at the end of each term. Pupils not doing 
satisfactory work in any grade are required to take the same 
work another term. To do the work required in each grade, it is 
necessary that pupils be regular and punctual in attendance and 
industrious in effort. Absence from a single recitation breaks the 
thread of thought and often causes the pupil to lose interest 
and become discouraged in his work. The hearty cooperation of 
parents and guardians is earnestly solicited that best results may 
be obtained. 



L1<!)T Of f Uf> lLi>. 



SENIORS. 

„ „ ., Spiceland. 

Jesse S.Baily Spiceland. 

Clara Brown Spiceland. 

Warren T. Evans Lewisville. 

John B. Greenstreet Lynn 

Winnie Hinshaw Kempton. 

David N. Kemp Spiceland. 

Alice C. Lawrence Greensboro. 

George Smith Spiceland. 

Estella Symons Greensboro. 

Alvin Ulnch 

SECOND YEAR. 
-, t, . . Spiceland. 

Alfred Bogue Spiceland. 

Oscar Bogue '.'.Spiceland. 

Estella Charles Spiceland. 

Floy Hill... Spiceland. 

Arthur Holloway Spiceland. 

Nellie IIo i 1 r so 1 V Spiceland 

Clarence 1 all .Spiceland. 

Leone Hiatt Wostland. 

Leora Jessup ■ • • • ■ ; s iceland . 

John Miller Spiceland 

Olen Payne .'.'.Spiceland 

LenaKayl Spiceland 

Mary Symons Spiceland 

Bertie Stahr Spiceland. 

Orville White 1 

FIRST YEAR. 
„ , „ . . Spiceland. 

Bessie Brown.... .Spiceland. 

Howard Henley Spiceland. 

Uva Hinshaw Spiceland. 

Bert Hinshaw Spiceland. 

Rubie Hmchman °i 



SPICELAND ACADEMY AND PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 



IdaHolloway Spiceland. 

SSiSST??::::: S^t nd - 
M** 1 * ::::::::::::::::^Sand. 

Theodore Miles Osage AgV I. 

Frank Pitts Spiceland 

Dora Stafford , Spiceland! 

Lulu Smith Spiceland. 

Oscar Symons Spiceland. 

Maude Shatter New Cast]e _ 

IRREGULAR HIGH SCHOOL. 

Leiia Allen..... Spiceland. 

fSSiTSJiP" a 68 Knightstown. 
Eddie Ballenger Spiceland. 

W Brandon Daleville. 

Claude Copeland j Spiceland. 

Edgar J Cox Goldsboro, N. 

Morris Coflin Spiceland. 

Woe Edwards Spiceland. 

Anna Cmg ain( , s 

Charles Griffin Dunreith. 

Horace Hardy Marklevillo. 

1 E ' H A f Lincolnville. 

Frank M. Hudelson Mays 

Cora Hodson [ Spiceland. 

Carl Hinchman Spiceland. 

ArheHood Spiceland. 

Pear] James Lincolnville. 

Bessie kirk Spiceland. 

Everett McFarland Dunreith. 

Wallace Newby Spiceland. 

Wi J Ratchff Spiceland. 

Nellie Rati iff Spiceland. 

hose M. Randall Greenfield 

Robbie Symons Spiceland.' 

Bertha Stafford Spiceland. 

J rod Sisson Dunreith. 

Walter Thomas Dunreith. 

Amos Viekroy Dunreith. 

Annis Wickersham Spiceland. 

Avery Winters Spiceland. 

Lulu Welch Spiceland. 

Francis C. White Raysville. 

Aaron F. White Lewisville. 

Alma D. Young Ogden. 



SPICELAND ACADEMY AND PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 13 



NORMAL DEPARTMENT. 

Eva Ayres Hamilton's. 

Howard Bundy o^Snro 

ArlandCook »re nfib o. 

Frank Carmichall Cross Loads. 

NoraM. Deem Spiceland 

Louie L. Edmundson Spiceland. 

Lizzie E. Forehand Mianapohs. 

F. L. Fleming Honey Creek. 

C. H. Finney Bentonville. 

John D. Hansard ™ n ^ v„h 

Bertha F. Jessup Clay Center, Neb. 

Monroe Johnson $J nirley. 

Alice C. Mendenhall P^m^iS 

Addie Noland Markleville. 

S. E. Pickering New Cast e. 

Edna Pickering ge? yasue. 

M. Alice Poor Spiceland. 

E. L. Rogers Keunard 

George Stinson New Cas tie 

Charles K. Tally Mechamcsburg. 

Lon Ulrich Greensboro. 

Clara Walker Willow Branch. 



GRAMMAR SCHOOL (Spring Term). 
EIGHTH YEAR. 

GRADE 8 A. 

Carrie Black n'^TL 

Herbert Brown Greensboro. 

Edna Edwards Spice and. 

Arthur Hammond ^Sv^W 

Noah Hamilton Maple Valley. 

JosicKing Spice and. 

Gertrude Kirk Spice and. 

Cordie Mote Spice and. 

Maggie Newell Spice and. 

Mabel Newby Spice and. 

Gertrude Poarch Spiceland 

Michael Painter Middlotown. 

Anna Ratclitr Spiceland. 

Richard Randall Greenfield. 

Mamie Stafford Spiceland. 

Willian Templeton bpiceianct. 



SPICELAND ACADEMY AND PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 



Clara A. White .Raysville. 

Carl Zieglar Spiceland. 

Binnio Zieglar Spiceland. 

GRADE 8 B. 

Pearl Beam. Ethel Rifncr. 

Pearl Millikan. 

SEVENTH YEAR. 

GRADE 7 A. 

Effie Poster. Maggie Young. 

Mary Lawrence. 

GRADE 7 B. 

Zella Gordon. Nora Lamb. 

Bessie Hudelson. 

SIXTH YEAR. 

GRADE 6 A. 

Maggie Eddie I Pearl Symons. 

Fannie Mitchell. 

GRADE G B. 

Maude Baker. John Spencer. 

Cora Charles. Mike Swallow. 

Homer Eastridge. 



EIGHTH YEAR— GRAMMAR SCHOOL. 

GRADE 8 A. 



Roy Allen Spiceland. 

Rutherford B. Cooper Cadiz. 

Walter Culbortson Spiceland. 

Edna Edwards Spiceland. 

Matt io Cordon Si|weeland. 

Brose IJorne Marion. 

Grace Johnson Spiceland. 

J osie King Spiceland. 

Charles McConnack Cadiz. 

Mabel Newby Spiceland. 

H arry N agent Snyder. 

Anna Oakey Spiceland. 

Michael Painter Middle town. 

Walter Painter Spiceland. 



SPICELAND ACADEM^AND^UBLICJC^ 



15 



" Spiceland. 

Alva Poer Spiceland. 

Everett Poer ' Snyder. 

John Rose ...Cadiz. 

Jesse Ratcliff Spiceland. 

Anna Ratcliff . . Greenfield. 

Richard Randall .Raysville. 

Clara A. White ' Dunreith. 

Frank Young " . Spiceland. 

John Young * " . . . Spiceland. 

Carl Zieglar Spiceland. 

Binnie Zieglar 

GRADE 8 B. 

Florence Miller. 

Clint Bundy. Cor die Mote. 

Nome Byrkct. Ma««ne Newell. 

Fred Copeland. Belle Owens. 

Willie Carson. Glcnll pierce. 

Irena Deem. - , p- ierce . 

George Evans. Gertrude Poarch. 

Bettie Fegley. Rifo . 

Frank Foster. g^a Rife. 

Gertie Kirk. Mamie, Stafford. 

Clarence Lee. Kate Swallow. 

May Leamon. 

SEVENTH YEAR. 

GRADE 7 A. 

Bertha Charles. K^Rifler. 

Clark Dennis. d RiIncl , 

Effie Foster Reece. 

Albert lliatt. Qavtic Randall. 

Otis King- * , sisson. 

Mary Lawrence. u4sel] Taylor. 

Arlo Lane Charles Wrightenberry. 

Elton Newby. 

Hattio Poor. 

GRADE 7 B. 

. TT . . i Blanche Roberts. 

Daisy lliatt. . ttatU1 t. 

Mary Johnson. Uowio Swain. 

Maude Lane. 

SIXTH YEAR. 

GRADE 6 A- 

, „ - . Nora Lamb. 

Ada Dennis. Miller. 

^ ab ? ™t EarlMoffett. 
Maude Elliott. Oakey. 
Zella Gordon. md,L * 



SPICELAND ACADEMY AND PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 



Pearl Griffin. 
Belle Griffin. 
Harry Goodnough. 
May Hinchman. 
Elva Hodson. 



Emery Pitts. 
Ed. Poe. 
John Poe. 
Zetta Perry. 
Pernie Watkins. 



GRADE 6 B. 



Maggie Eddie. 
Debbie Edwards. 
Callio Fonts. 
Charles Hiatt. 
Arlie Martin. 



Fannie Mitchell. 
Florence Pickett. 
Pearl Symons. 
Gertrude Seaford. 
David Winslow. 



FIFTH YEAR. 



Grace Allen. 
Maude Baker. 
Jesse Bundy. 
Ray Carson. 
Cora Charlesj 
John Evans. 
Harry Elliott. 
Homer Eastridge 
Myron Hill. 



GRADE 5 A. 

Viola Kimbrel. 
Bertha Lawrence. 
Laura Painter. 
Iva Perry. 
Nellie Pidgeon. 
John Spencer. 
Cora Spencer. 
Mike Swallow. 



GRADE 5 15. 



Ira Brewer. 
Edith Dale. 
Jay Eddie. 
Grace Hiatt. 
Arthur Houyaux. 
Florence King. 
Cecil Newby. 



FOURTH 



GRADE 



Maude Perry. 
Ethel Pickett. 
Clarence Pickett. 
Jennie Rifner. 
G race Seaford. 
Henry Symons. 
Miretta Thornburg. 

YEAR. 

4 A. 



Bessie Burris. 
Roy Gwynn. 
Orestus Mote. 
Flora Pitts. 
Josio Riddle. 
Jamie Stalir. 



Mary Baily. 
Flossie Benbow. 
Claudio Burris. 
Winnie Davis. 
Walter Hiatt. 



Joshua Swallow. 
Nora Swallow. 
Carrie Tackett. 
John Merida. 
Daisy Kiser. 
Claudie Pickett. 

GRADE 1 H. 

Floy Lano. 
Ray Leamon. 
Arthur Newby. 
Lydia Poe. 
Carl Poarch. 



SPICELAND ACADEMY AND PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 



Pora Hill Cl y d ° Sc0tt 

SaSord Kendal. Blanche Sisson. 

Alva Lane. 

THIRD YEAR. 

GRADE 3 A. 

Blanche Griffin. Arthu r March. 

Mary Houvaux. Lester Ppareh. 

Charles Kendal." Verho Pickett. 

A-nesKeen. Willie Riddle 

Oliver Keen. Charles Swa ord. 

Mae Kirk. Tommy Paylor. 

GRADE 3 B. 

AHa Brewer. Louise Lefevre. 

Jessie Baily. ^ m 

Arville Davis. Amia 1 a\ <> • 

Flora Edwards, Colia Vio^lot. 

Maudie Gilbraith. Todd Wmslow. 

Eva Lane. 

• SECOND YEAR. 

GRADE 2 A. 

Jennie Compton. Jennie Kirk 

Herbert Deem. C ertr, ulejs arcross. 

Jessie Gordon. ^Vr^ 16 ' 

Nellie Griffin. Bert Ki ner 

Florence Hiatt. Delia Sheets 

Valeda Hood. Tommy Todd. 

GRADE 2 B. 

Maggie Kendall. Hcfschel Ratcliff. 

NelHe Lane. Mary Riddle 

Maggie MuiTy. Ralph Stubbs. 

Orastus Miller. Clarice Todd. 

iJly Pidgeon. Walter Wilson. 
Pay Poarch. 

FIRST YEAR. 

GRADE 1 A. 

George Eddie. liay Pickett. 

OranGnllin. < U.e LMner. 

Pearl Kimbrel. Chmn Scott. 

PanMulTy. ®}!^ Sl " IW - , 

IflvaMulTy. Willie Spencer. 

Joie Meredith: IJoy Symons. 

Walter Miller. Jesse lay lor. 

Carl Newby. Paul leas. 
Paul Newby. 



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SPICELAND ACADEMY AND PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 



GRADE 1 B. 



Helen Brothers. 
Vora Emminger. 
Jim Griffin. 
Harry Kendal. 
Pearl Leamon. 
Geneva Lamb. 
Sherman Lowe. 
Florence Newby. 
Jessie Reece. 



Lemmie Rifner. 
Anna Stratton. 
Herbert Seaford. 
Howard Seaford. 
Oscar Sears. 
Gertie Shaw. 
Blanche Vieslet. 
Leopold Vieslet. 
Ethel Winslow. 



HIGH SCHOOL: 

Seniors 10 

Second year 16 

First year 17 

Irregular 34 — 77 

NORMAL DEPARTMENT 25 

GRAMMAR SCHOOL, 8th year. . . . 54 

" " 7th year. ... 25 

INTERMEDIATE, Gth year 28 

5th year 31 

1th year 27 

PRIMARY, 3d year 23 

2d year 23 

" 1st year 35 



Total Enrollment 



348 



1S70. 

Eli U. Cook, Muscatine, Iowa. 
John J. Stubbs, Omaha, Neb. 

1S71. 

Walter D. Jones, Dayton, Ohio. 

"Alvin H. Jenkins. 

*I. Macy Good. 

C R. Dixon, Carlisle, 1 a. 

R. G. Boone, Bloomington. 

Dallas Sisson, Spiceland. 

•Mary V. Ballenger (Barnard), New Castle. 
Louisa Wickersham, New Castle 
Lida Edwards (Saint), New Castle. 

1872. 

Lindley II. Johnson, Dunreith. 
David "II. Henley, Spiceland. 
Jacob Hill. Spiceland. 
Henry W. Painter, Spiceland. . 

1H7J{. 

*Sadie D. Talbert, (Wright). 

Aaron B. Bell, Red Oak, Iowa. 
l*J. Tilman Hutchins, 
1 John Pennington, Stuart Iowa. 

Mary Stul.lm (Painter), Spiceland. 

Nathan Williams, Oswego, Kan- 

S. Carrie Talbert ( Newby), Wichita, Kas. 

1874. 

ceCary Collin (Russell), St. Louis, Mo. 
■ Elvira Spencer (Harold), Richmond. 
T 1' Edwards, Taconia, \\ ash. 
W illiam S. Moflltt, Greensboro. 
Edwin O. Kennard, Pasadena, Gal 
Nathan Roscnbcrger, Des Moines, Iowa. 
\V 15 Jackson, Knightstown. 
D.'u. Mitchell, San .lose, California. 

1S75. 

W \V. Gregg, Chicago, Illinois. 
William C. l'idgcon, Washington, Kan. 
Irvin Stanley, llesper, Kan. 

Milton Roberts, Ottumwa, Iowa. 



187S. 

S Ella Bogue (Doggett), Danville, Va. 
M. Belle Chambers (Estes), Grand Forks, . 

Dakota. ... 
J Pinknev Mitchell. Fresno, California. 
Thomas Mitchell, Spiceland. 
Flora Moore (Brady), Licolnville. 
John O. Reed, East Saginaw, Michigan. 
William S. Seaford, PpicelantL 
Fannie P. Thornburg (Parsins), Oak 
Park, Illinois. 

187!). 

Jay A. Buck, Dunreith. 
Owrie M. < ioodwin (Jeffrey), New Castle. 
Thomas Newlin, Newburg, Oregon. 

1SSO. 

T Edsar Cloud, Richmond. 
William N. Lamb, Vacaville, California. 
MiU.tie I-a.nl) (Otitland), Amboy. 
Ada Grace Murphcy, New Castle. 
Emma Belle Roberts, Arkansas City .Ran. 
Ida May Roberts, Arkansas Olty, Kan. 
Frank Kymons, Lynn, Mass. 
La.nira Trueblood (Kelluin), Friends- 
wood. 

1881. 

Oscar R. Baker Knightstown. 
"Corrie Bogue. . . 

Minnie E. Benedict (Blankenship),l ara- 

gon. ,■ 
Carrie M. Unthank, Indianapolis. 
* Jesse A. Strattan. 

1882. 

*Artlmr II. Baity- 
J Newton Barnard, Daleville. 
Harriet Bogue (Newlin), kokomo. 
Hattie E. Dickinson, Spiceland. 
Charles Newlin, Kokomo. 

1 88:?. 

Anna Mary Iludelson (Foster) Amory, 

M issouri. 
Ryland Bailiff, Eairmount. > 
Julia Stafford (Shugart), Marion. 
Emily Weeks, Mechaniesburg. 



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SPICELAND ACADEMY AND PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 



1884. 

*Cora Kirk. 

Klla Strattan, Greensboro. 

Virginia Griflin (Cory), Mt. Summit. 

Isadore Hall, Spiceland. 

William Julian, Minden, Nebraska. 

Charles B. Newby, New Providence, Iowa. 

1885. 

Mary L. Brown (Pennington), Spiceland. 
Alfred Y. King, Greenfield. 
Oliver C. Steele, Spiceland. 

1880. 

L. "Winnie Baily, Spiceland. 
Mattie E. Brown, Spiceland. 
Richard N. Broadbent, Elwood. 
Elbert S. Griffin, Elwood. 
Alonsso C. Hodson, Spiceland. 
John L. McNew, Maple Valley. 
Russel Katlifl', Marion. 

1887. 

Herbert T. Baily, Philadelphia, Penn. 

Clarence H. Heard, Knightstown. 

Anna K. Bogue, Spiceland. 

Lindley M. Conipton, Neah Bay, Wash. 

Lizzie S. fliatt, Spiceland. 

Abram L. Miller, Kennard. 

Bert Smith, Monon. 

1888. 

Rhoda M. Ballenger, New Castle. 
Hannah E. Brown, Paton, Iowa. 
Orynthee L. Brown, Paton, Iowa. 
Jessie A. Butler, Lewisville. 
John 0. Cook, Greensboro. 
C'ara G. Edwards, Spiceland. 



L. j Elva Elliott (Compton), Neah Bay, 

! Washington. 
J. A. Greenstreet, Lewisville. 
Achsah E. Rate! ill', New Castle. 
H. II. Ratcliti", Ft. Calhoun, Neb. 
H. H. Rayl, Spiceland. 
Charles L. Stubbs, Spiceland. 

1 880. 

Laura Benedict, Springport. 

Blanche Braddock, Willow Branch. 

Frank Copeland, Dunreith. 

Estella Deem, Spiceland. 

Lawrence Gardner, Spiceland. 

Gertrude Gordon (Genaux), Lima, Ohio. 

Sue Griffin, Dunreith. 

Otis A. Stubbs, Lewisville. 

Mary A. White, Spiceland. 

181)0. 

L. Ettie Butler, Lewisville. 
Elmer Deem, Spiceland. 
Edwin B. Liatcliu", Spiceland. 
Bennie St rattan, Greensboro. 
S. E. Stubbs, Spiceland. 

1801. 

Ethel M. Copeland, Chicago, 111. 
Louie Edmundson, Spiceland, 
Matirinc Gardner, Spiceland. 
Charles N. Hardy, Markleville. 
(). Alice 1 1 iatt, Spiceland. 
Ernest H. Sisson, Dunreith. 
Alfred II. Symons, Spiceland. 
Mary M. Teas, li vington. 
Charles Titus, Wilkinson. 
Herbert Woodard, Fountain City. 

* Deceased. 



OF THE 

OFFICERS KW STUDENTS 

OF" 

SP1GELAND ACADEMY 

SP1CELAND, HENRY CO., INDIANA. 

von i hi; a< Ai'iiMif \ nA.ii 




Calendar 1893-94. 



First Term opens Monday, September 4, 1893. 

First Term ends Friday* December 22, 1K(K3. 

Second Term opens Monday, January 1, 1894. 

Second Term ends Friday, March 2:i, is<)4. 

Third Term opens Tuesday, April 3, 1894. 

Third Terms ends Friday, June 22, 1K!)4. 

I'ublie meeting of the Alumni, 1:X0 p. in., June 21, I8!)4. 

Commencement Exercises, 10 a. m., June 22, 1KU4. 



Instructors 1892-93. 



J. V. BROWN, Si;i'iciiiNTKNi)i:\T, 
Mental Science!, Pedagogy and Latin. 
JOHN K. PARKER, 
Natural Science and Mathematics. 
BERTHA M. BROWN, 
History, Botany and Common Branches. 
\V. II. SAN F>ERS, 
Normal I )epart incut. 
ANNA L. DUN K EL, 
Elocution and Physical Culture. 

Instructors for 1893-94. 

ARTHUR VV. JONES, St •i-kimxthnubnt 
Mental Science, Pedagogy and Latin. 
MURRAY S. WILDMAN, 
Natural Science and History. 
BERTHA M. BROWN, 
Mathematics, Botany and Common B ranch i 



SP16ELAND AGADEMY. 



HISTORY. 

Bpioetad Academy is the oldest Aeadnmy h charge of Frmnds 

«, H u -e ; tue T f,-^x 

Monthly **» hy which My . he ^ col > £ 

set 

So,ny. More thee », Cedents have received .nstrnetion ... 

the school since its organisation as an Academy. 

U (CATION. 

S„icela„d Academy is located in the beautiful and nourishing 
Z Spicchmd, Indiana, in the souther,, par. of Henry conn y 

, . 1 IS £ W. K. It., tv dies north of Dunre.th, on .he 

P lylvania K. H. The Imildings are situate., in the , mite . fa 
beautiful grove, and adjoining is a large campus, veil httcd fo, 
the various sports engaged in by students. 



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ENTRANCE. 

Students can enter at any time, but students coming from other 
schools are required to bring certificates stating their literary 
and moral standing. In the absence of approved certificates, exami- 
nations will be held and students will be classified accordingly. 
NORMAL DEPARTMENT. 
Much care and attention are paid to the Normal teaching. 
More than seventy-five per cent of our graduates have followed 
teaching* for a longer or shorter period. A great many of the 
teachers of Henry county have been students at the Academy. 
Those who desire to become teachers will find classes to suit every 
term, but during the Spring term special efforts are made for Nor- 
mal work. In tliis term Review classes will be formed in all the 
legal branches, in which instruction will be given in methods 
of teaching, as well as a thorough review of all the principles of 
these studies. Daily recitations are offered in Pedagogy, Men- 
tal Science, Physical Geography and Rhetoric. Besides these 
special classes, much of the High School course is of particular 
value to teachers. Students can enter any classes for which they 
are prepared, and other classes not named will be formed if there 
is a sufficient demand. The term is of sufficient length to enable 
students to do good permanent work. In the Normal Course 
it is not intended to conduct a scheme of cramming for examina- 
tion, but it is our intention to help teachers in their schools, quite 
as much as to aid them to get. good licenses. In this course a series 
of talks will be given on school management, methods of instruc- 
tion, and the practical work of school teaching. 




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Remarks on Course of Study. 



Classes in Hook Keeping, Single and Double entry, will be 
formed whenever there is sufficient demand, and tuition will be 
charged at the same rate as for a third year study. Satisfactory 
work in this subject may be substituted for work in the regular 
course at the discretion of the .Superintendent. 

The above course of study has been prepared with reference 
to the needs of those students who do not expect to pursue a col- 
lege course, lint who desire to acquire a knowledge of those. branches 
which will tit them for active life. SlMiOlAU attention, iioweveh, 
is given to I'lwcrAKiNG students Foit (.oli.koh and t bird-year work 
in Latin, Mathematics and other subjects will be given whenever a 
sufficient number of students desire it. Students are urged to take 
a college course, and they will be admitted to any of the leading 
colleges of Indiana without examination. 

The course of study in the Grammar School is in harmony 
with that adopted throughout the State. 

At the close of the Winter term the members of the second- 
year High School class hold an exhibition, for which each mem- 
ber prepares an essay, oration or declamation, and the public 
speakers are chosen from the number. 

ENGLISH. 

Besides the usual work in English Grammar, special attention 
is paid to Knglish Composition, which is preparatory to the work 



srH'Hl.ANO ACAl'H MY. 

^ii^oric. This consists of a study of ^ammatmal purity 
Choice and Use of words, and kinds ot composition, with aU, 
cal exercises in each. English and Anierican Literature c eve 
careful attention. The work consists of a brief his oryc f he is 
a „d growth of the English language, a history o the In e> and »me 
of the leading authors and a critical study of selections tro.n then 
writings. The aim is to create a taste for good literature. 

LATIN. 

h, order to receive a diploma a student must have two years' 
work in Latin, or in special eases equivalents may be taken to t* 
the student for college. Thorough drill on the declension oi no un, 
adjectives and the conjugation of verb, is given, also on the appli- 
cation of the rules of construction and the acquiring oi a consider- 
able vocabulary. The derivation of English words is studied and 
in the advanced work exercises in sight-reading and Latin Conip s 
turn are given. It is the purpose to invest all the work 
wl th a living spirit that it may be a means oi genuine litem) 
culture as well as of menial discipline. 

HISTORY. 

Besides the work in United States History in the Gnnnmar 
School, a thorough foundation is laid in General History. English 
History, Civil Government and Political Economy. 1 his course 
will open up to the student the deeds of mankind in all ages in 
their struggle for rational freedom. The course includes three 

full years of historical study. 

SCIENCE. 

The Academy is supplied with sufficient apparatus to be a 
valuableaid in thestudy of the Natural Sciences. In Natural Philos- 
onBy the subject is illustrated by many simple pieces of appara- 
tus/besides an air pump, electrical machine,batteries,ete. In Chem- 
istry, studtmts.do practical work in the Laboratory, which is well 
supplied with chemicals and apparatus for the analysis of unknown 
substances. Geology ami Mineralogy are illustrated by a collec- 
tion of more than twelve hundred specimens, presented to the 
Academy by the Alumni. In Zoology and Botany, annuals and 
plants are studied from nature, and systems of classification are 
L«le prominent. In all the sciences, objects are studied as much 
as possible. 



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MATHEMATICS. 
In this study, practical problems are given as much as possible 
and especially is this done in Geometry. The students have the 
use of a surveyor's compass and chain, and learn their practical 
use. Book-kfeepiug and the practical phases of business paper 
and all commercial forms, are taught, and a student is prepared to 
take charge of a set of books for a business firm. In the High 
School, one year is spent on Algebra and one year on Geometry 
and Trigonometry. 

KATES OF TUITION. 

Per Week. 

Grammar School $ 75 

High School — First Year 80 

High School — Second Year 90 

High School — Third Year 1 00 

Normal and Review Classes !>0 

Commercial Department ] 00 

Special Review classes will be considered as belonging to the 
Second Year High School and will be charged accordingly. 

No deduction will be made for absence after enrollment, ex- 
cept in cases of protracted ill health. In event of sickness, notice 
must, in all cases, be given of the withdrawal of the pupil, as no 
deduction will be made until this is done. 

LITERARY EXERCISES. 
Besides the work of the Literary Society connected with the 
school, literary exercises will be expected of students in all grades 
both in class work ami before tin- whole school. Care is used that 
students may learn the art. of composition and public delivery. 
To this end, public exercises are occasionally held to commemo- 
rate some author or well-known historical event. Essays and de- 
clamations are a part of the regular school work. 

LIBRARIES. 

Eour sets of Encyclopedias arc in the school rooms, and these 
with the Dictionaries and numerous reference books are for the 
free use of all. There are three libraries in connection with the 
school, which contain about two thousand volumes; two of tliem be- 
longing to the Literary Societies and the other to the Academy 
Association. Additions are made each year. 



S1MCHI.AND AcAl'KMY. 



BOARDING. 

The cities of Spiceland have always given the students a 
hearty welcome by receiving them into then- homes. It is the 
tldon to offer 'students the advantage of a thorough education 
for a small outlay of money. The cost ol boarding w en « 
thing is furnished is »« per week. Rooms either hmnshe, o ni 
furnished can be rented by those wlu, board themselves, and 

( .„«t of living reduced to a very small sum. 

LECTURES. 

Students have the opportunity to hear good lectures at a very 
small expense. The following course of lectures by Prof James 

th0 Spiceland University Extension Association during the season 
,;!,, ,:>, Students were admitted to these lectures a the nom 
, ,1 fee of fifty cents for the course: -Slavery in the Colonies and 
C irtitution^-The Missouri Struggle," "The Abolition Agi a ; 
\ ion « .. The Texas Controversy," -The Compromise ol Lh.O, 
-The Fugitive Slave Law." 

GENERAL ITEMS. 
Thc Government of the school is based upon the idea that 

manll is more than scholarship, that sel f-respect and self-conti 

U ..ail, of the student are important factors in the formation 
v Iter. Greater stress is laid upon the thoroughness o in- 
action and accuracy of knowledge than upon rap.dity of ad- 

vaneement. . , Tli'w 

A daily elans record of the work ot each pupil is kept- 1 
„., ord and the final examination determine the. recorded giadc 
Su Its whose daily Cass record is ,5 per cent, with attendance, 
Ration and deportment equally good, may be excused £m 
cLunination. Those who satisfactorily eomp et the Giam 
milv School course are given certilieates to that effect. 

Vur 1Hllliy yt;tl rs the health of the students has been unifounl) 
(M(()(1 There is probably no healthier locality iii the state. 
" ' The Eriends'and Methodists both hohl relighms services on the, 
Sabbath, and each maintains a Sabbath school. A society ot V .1- 
S C E. meets each Sabbath evening, and students are welcomed to 
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A sufficient number of teachers is constantly employed, so 
that large classes may be avoided, and students may receive per- 
sonal attention during the recitation. 

Expenses are as low as at any other school affording equal ad- 
vantages. 

The managers of the school are very careful to make this an 
institution in which students who are away from home and its re. 
straints will be surrounded by good, moral influences, and in this 
they have the co-operation of the citizens of the village. 

There are no beer, liquor or billiard saloons in the village. 

No student whose influence is known to have a corrupt ten- 
dency will be retained in the school. 

DIPLOMA. 

Students whose conduct is exemplary, and who complete the 
course of study and prepare and deliver a suitable literary pro- 
duction, will be furnished. with a Diploma, signed by the instruc- 
tors and the president of the Hoard of Trustees. 



SyiCKT.AXP ACAHUMY. 



LIST OF PUPILS. 

ACADEMY. 



SENIORS. 

... Spiceland. 

Oscar Lottie ' 

„ , „ „, ,.„„ Spiceland. 

Eslclla Charles ' 

Floy lull ' 

. , 1111 n r ... Sincelanu. 

Arthur Uolloway 1 

, .... Wcstland. 

Leora Jessup , , 

, , ,. Spiceland. 

John Miller 1 

Spiceland. 

(Men Payne 1 

T i Spiceland. 

Lena Rayle 1 

c i :4 v ... Greensboro 
George bmith 

OrviUe White Spiceland. 

JUNIORS. 

... Spiceland. 

Morris Coffin » 

n ■ Bi/.zell, N. 

Edgar Cox 

. , ' . . , , Dunreith. 

Charles Gnftm 

i-i-n *- ... Lewisville. 

Gurney Gilbert 

. ,. 1T , Spiceland. 

Arhe Hood 1 



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* Elsie Hudclson Ogden. 

- Ida Hollow-ay Spieeland. 

. Clarence Hall Spieeland. 

Bertha Jessup Clay Center, Neb- 
El ma Lawrence Spieeland. 

Frank Pitta Spieeland. 

Clarence Painter Spieeland. 

Oscar Synions Spieeland. 

Arthur Symons Spieeland. 

A Maude Shatter New Castle. 

FIRST YEAR. 

- Roscoe Edwards Spieeland. 

, Fred Iludelson Ogden. 

- Frank Iludelson Spieeland. 

Horace Hardy Markleville. 

Harry Nugent \ Snyder. 

Mabel Newby Spieeland. 

Wallace Newby Spieeland. 

Michael Painter Middletown. 

- Anna Rateliff Spieeland. 

- Fred Sisson Dunreitli. 

Mabel Wright Lewisville. 

Irregular Academic Students. 



- Howard Bundy Spieeland. 

- Willie Carson Spieeland. 

- Edna Edwards Spieeland. 

lleber Iludelson. Dunreitli. 

Noah Hamilton Maple Valley.. 

- Cora Hudson Spieeland. 

- Howard Henley Spieeland. 

Carl llinchman Spieeland. 

.1. E. lliatt Lineolnville. 

- Nellie llodson Spieeland. 

Pearl James Lineolnville. 

- Gertrude Kirk Spieeland. 

I • Bessie Kirk Bogue Spieeland. 

Fred Myer Bendy. 



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Everett McFarland Uunreitn. 

Herbert McFarland Dunreith. 

d Frank Moore Spieeland. 

2 h Ella Moore Spieeland. 

„ Pearl Moffitt Spicela.nl. 

, Ella Moffitt Ogden. 

.. Elton Newby Spieeland. 

Rose Randall Spieeland. 

/ _ Nellie Rati iff S])iceland. 

Robbie SymoriH Ogden. 

Mamie Stafford Spieeland. 

- Dora Stafford Spieeland. 

_ Marcus Sawyer Modoc. 

- William Templeton Spieeland. 

Harry Thomas Dunreith. 

Francis White Kaysville. 

Clara A. White Raysville. 

c . Louie Wickcrsha.n Spied and. 

-- Florence Wilson Spieeland. 

_ Lulu Welch Spieeland. 



Normal Department. 

Ray Beck Millville. 

Thomas Ball Lewisville. 

Etta Ball Lewisville. 

Alice Bicnncinan New Castle. 

Charles Collier Milner's Corner. 

Jennie Copeland Greensboro. 

Porter Cook Milner's Corner. 

. Louie Kdmundson Spied and. 

Thomas Hamilton Greensboro. 

Emma Julian Lewisville. 

Albert Harvey New Castle 

Alfred. King Greenfield. 

Jessie. Leakey I^><>»- 

William Mtinflell Meehaniesburg. 

Gertrude .Meredith Lewisville. 

Ward Marshall New Burlington. 



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Allelic Noland Markleville. 

George Stinson New Castle. 

.... Estella Symons . . . . Spiceland. 

Charles Tally Meckanicsburg. 

Ida Trees Greenfield. 

Claude Wright Lewisville. 

Charles Wilt Middle-town. 

— Emma Walker Willow Branch. 

-Clara Walker Willow Branch. 



Grammar School. — Spring Term. 

y Julia Allison Greensboro. 

Pearl Beam Spiceland. 

Herbert Brown Greensboro. 

~ Charles Carlton Milner's Corner. 

Howe Davis Middletown. 

*~ Leuora Griiiin L Spiceland. 

Walter Hayes Cadiz. 

_ Mary Lawrence Spicelaml. 

Pearl Milikan Spicelaml. 

— Hattie Poor Spiceland. 

— Ethel Rifuer , Spiceland. 

Rosa St rattan Lewisville. 

Nora Stinson New Castle. 

Charles Christie Danville. 

Clyde Sisson Spiceland. 

John Young Spiceland. 



SUMMARY. 

ACADEMIC DEPARTMENT. 

Seniors 10 

Juniors 15 

First Year 11 

Irregular 34 — 70 

NORMAL DEPARTMENT 25 

GRAMMAR DEPARTMENT 10 



Total Enrollment H 1 



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GRADUATES. 



1870. . , n 

Muscatine, low a 

Eli U. Cook .Omaha, Neb. 

John J. StttbbB 

Dayton, Ohio 

Walter 1). Jones 

*Alvin 11. Jenkins 

M. Macy Good Carlisle,' Pa. 

C. R. Dixon .'.Bloomimrton, Ind. 

K. G. iioone .Spiceland 

Dallas Sisson •■ ■ ■ • .. .New Castle 

Mary V. Balhmger (Barnard) Kow Castle 

Louisa Wickersham. N( , w Castle 

bida Edwards (Saint) 

1872. , .,. 

.Dunreith 

bindlev It- Johnson Spiceland 

David 11. Henley 

Jacob Hill 

Henry W. Painter /.Pacific Grove, Gal. 

RobertG. Mitchell — ^ 

•Sadie D. Talbert (Wright) Ued ak, Iowa 

Aaron B. Bell 

*J. Tibnan Hutchins Stuart, Iowa 

John Pennington Spiceland 

• Mary Stuhhs (Painter) Oswego, Kan. 

Nathan Williams. Wichita, Kan. 

S. Carrie Taibort (Newby) 



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1874. 

Alice Carey Coffin (Russell) St. Louis Mo 

Elvira Spencer (Harold) .' Richmond,' Ind! 

J. P. Edwards Tacoma, Wash. 

- William S. Moflitt Greensboro, Ind. 

Edwin 0. Kenuard Pasadena, Cal. 

Nathan Rosonbcrger Muscatine, la. 

W. E. Jackson K nights town 

• 1). C. Mitchell San Jose, Cal. 

1875. 

W. W. Gregg Chicago, 111. 

William l'idgeon Washington, Kan 

Irvin Stanley Beloit, Kan. 

1876. 

Milton Roberts Oltumwa, la. 

1878. 

- S. Ella Bogue (Doggett) Danville, Va. 

31 . Belle Chambers (Estes) Grand Forks, Dakota 

- J. Pinkney Mitchell Fresno, California , 

- -Thomas .Mitchell Spiceland 

Flora Moore (Brady) Lincolnville 

John (). Reed East Saginaw, Midi, 

--William S. Seaford \ Spiceland 

Fannie P. Thornburg (Parsins) Oak Park, 111. 

1879. 

- Jay A. Buck Muncie, Ind. 

Carrie M, Goodwin (Jeffrey) New Castle 

- Thomas Newlin Newberg, Oregon 

1880. 

J. Edgar Cloud Richmond, Ind. 

-William N. Lamb Vacaville, Cal. 

Mattie Lamb (Outland) A in boy, 

Ada Grace Murphy New Castle 

Emma Belle Roberts Sun River, Montana 

Ida May Roberts " 

- Frank Symons Portland, Me. 

Laniira Trueblood (Kelluni) Friendswood 

1881. 

Oscar R. Baker Winchester 

*Corrie Bogue 

Minnie E. Benedict (Blankenship) Paragon 

- Carrie M, I'nthank Indianapolis 

; Jesse A. Strattan 

1882. 

'Arthur II. Bailey 

J. Newton Barnard Middletown 

- Harriet Bogue (Newlin) Indianapolis 

^Hattie K. Dickinson Spiceland 

^Charles Newlin Indianapolis 

1883. 

Anna Mary Hudelson (Foster) Washington, 1). C. 

Ilyland Ratlill' Fairmount 

Julia Stafford (Shugart) Marion 

Emily Weeks Mechanicsburg 



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1884. 

*CoraKirk Spiceland 

Ella StratUn (Hodso.i) M Bum mitt 

Virginia Gnmn (Cery) ■ .Spiceland 

Isadore Hall (Wilson) Minden, Neb. 

William Julian Chicago 

Charles P.. Newby 

1885. 

Mary L. Brown (Pennington) S * Weaver 

Alfred V. King .Spiceland 

' ,li -- c - su,ele i88«: 

. ,, ■, . Spiceland 

L. W innie Bailey Spiceland 

Mattie I'.. Brown 1 K1 ... no .» 

Richard N. Broadbent fciwoon 

KlbertS tiriilin... ;p picelimd 

Al,,n/«, C Hodson /...Greenfield 

John L. McJNew Marion 

Russel Ratlin 

1887. 

Herbert T. Bailey. ^\\""K^ffiS 

.Clarence H.I eard sTpiceland 

Anna K. Bogue Harlem Mon 

M-Compton H«le m,Mon. 

Af Zle I Mi tier •■ fcennard 

Bert Smith 

1888. 

RhodaM .13al!enger 

-Hannah E. Urown „ ' 

Oryntha L Brown " ! . .Lewisville 

Jessie Ba ler ....Greensboro 

John C. Cook • ... Spiceland 

Clara G. Edwards T , , 1 ,, 

L. Elva Elliott (Compton) Harla m Mo n 

t!W&^ :v::.v.v.v:F,au^umNib. 
B:ii:^:::::::::::::::.: 

. Charles L. Stubbs 

1889. 

Laura Benedict S Pj)pKP™*' Ind / 

I i i>,..,j,w.l- Wihow Branch 

B lanche Mao'lock , ... 

Frank Copoland Pf/p, 

Estella Deem Spiceland 

Lawrence Gardner 

• Gertrude Gordon (Genaux) • • ■ '•"" a ' 

SueGrillin (Evans) Mt Summ it 

Otis Stubbs A 

Mary A. White Spiceland 

1890. 

T, Ettie Butler ^ttlffl 

Elmer Deem Spiceland 

Edwin B. Ratcliff •< , 

Bennie Strattan (,re«nsboro 

S. E. Stubbs Spiceland 



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i 1891. 

-Ethel M. Copelandi ri.i,.,,,^ tii 

-Louie Edmi'ndson S 3',, i 

,.Maunne Gardner kpiceland 

;o h ;l£LS m,y :::: v.v.v.v.v.v.MarkWiiie 

Charles Titus av , ' V , ! "% 

Herbert. WoodarJ : \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\Fo?ntai a St? 

1892. ' 

Jesse^ Bailey Poplar JBInff, Mo. 

Clara Brown Si ]■ i 

Warren T. Evans. /."^Minneapolis, Minn 

John B. Greenstreet 1 i ' u,.; ; 

Winnie Hinshaw U.wwviUe 

David N. Kemp ir«.'»T?f« n 

ii- n i Kempton 

Alice Lawrence Spkeland 

katttlla Kymons « 

Alvin Ulrich '/.'„, , 

wreensooro 

*Deceasod. 



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OFFICERS AND STUDENTS 

• — -O K 

SPIGELAND AGADEMY 

SPICELAND, HENRY CO., INDIANA. 



run acadk.mic vicai; 




IJEAlll) URO'S., Printers, 
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Board of Trustees of Spiceland Academj 7 



This School has boon loyally incorporated by the SooioLy of 
friends, and is under the care of the following Hoard of Trustees: 
EDWIN HALL, Pros. SAMANTIIA I IKK LEY, See 

\VM. 11. COFFIN. MATT1E S. C1IAKLHS, Truw. 

DANIEL LAWRENCE. TERRELL WILSON. 



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Calendar 

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Organisation. 



Wall" !>• 

, t 1> <^i^SOl>, 

Orator ... Ear not u- 

Historian David N. Ko-no, • - 

Present EstclVa Byinons, ^ 

Vice President . . . L- Wlnnvc bauc> , • 

Secretary . . Alice I • »" lNN 

T r ,,,-v,- ,„,,»,„ 11. »» 

5 Clara l.vown, ■>- 
Kx ,,utivc Oomndl««"' J LVifZ Vc lliatt, V, 



Instructors, 1893-94. 



ARTHUR W. JONES, SiiporinlendciH, 
INTeiital Science, Pedagogy and Latin. 
MURRAY S. W1LDMAN, 
Natural Science and History. 
BERTHA M. BROWN, 
Mathematics, Botany and Literature. 
(4. W. NEI3T, Normal Department. 
KM MA L PARKER, KloeuUou and Physical Culture. 

Instructors, 189 1-05. 
(J. W. NEET, Superintendent. 
Menial Science, Pedagogy and Latin. 
MURRAY S. WILDMAN, 
Natural Science and History. 
CLARABELL (iARDNER, 
Mathematics, Botany and Literature, 



HISTORY. 

• charge <>!' iM'tcmls 
• ,i i.i ,wt Academy m cn*.^ 

8f.«u~> ;• a ;" s«..-v'-." .»«. ** il9 "' sl " rv 

i. Indiana. H «» «l..ru-rc. - aallog back to, "-or, 

• » ftta*' """" " , cctvo! of Snieelaud Hon ; 

Meeting, <>, wwci. boay, w i|o u ,„ sdl0oI „ 

tKUJ Hc U( .ave selected fcy U» I - lcasl; Us tpw* 

denominational t*^^t ,M*»*« P" 1 "**?. » 

tto „ .nun students l.ave ve.o,vcd ,nsU 
,. s antation a, an Academy. 

l.OCA 1 ION. 
..,,„,! W Oh. beautiful an,l llourmhmg 
Spicelalul Academy - 1«« 11 " of „,.,„ county, on 

t „».no tSl .U,la„a..n (li a . cil ,„ on t„o 

vai . a] ,,, TtaW**£^ „,,,,„,, for 0,e v« . 

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^uvt, engaged in liy tin' ' , 

, , tudenls coming from olliei 
S ,„dent S can enter at any t,me ... . - ^ )M , mr} . and 

a „„„„ ls ,„ ,.e. v uived to - l " .„,.,, ectiticate, «.»»► 

,. i n Oic absence 01 .t| i 
moral standing. 1" ,,. 1KS iiie.l accordingly, 

data Will bo hold and students class.lu 



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i . mi Course of Study; 
ReiuarkB on w» ] 

ami U"«W« °" u '>'' wi " ^ 

WW- i» J*-* K«««s«,»»8 • , ,„.„■„,„ will 1« 

&^*tt± ^ - iz 

com,u,b,a.lcHivcU, t ° , ;,, KS ,,.,,, kv,.:,, ..«.y- 

wiina itan in- h • w,„k » 

UU». »>»«»«»>»««» "I' tl Sl.lcas .„ urgea to Uk« 

«"« ^Wuw^W, y.nw. «»« 

„r„„.,- '«» « «•» 1 * >» , ' ar " ,0 " ) ' wUh 

The uoureo ol study "1 
llia , aJ0,,le<l UT.H.gl.onUl.c Mul, oI Ac «c l-y«« 

- 

i>;U't',s an t sfMij , 

ul.osenlTon.tluM.umVKT. , } IriU 

\M<» ^ m ' VUVkl J ! is l ,v,,»avaU J vy lo U,e work >, 

WW,, Thi.^U^ o . Uon)WiiM)1 . a ,tical,. G .,e, 
au a Use of wonl«, anl 



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in each. English and American Literature receive careful attention. 

The work consists of a brief history of the rise and growth of 
the English Language, a history of the lives ami times of the 
leading authors, and a critical study of selections from their writing. 
The aim is to create a taste for good literature. 

LATIN. 

In order to receive a diploma a student must have two years' 1 
work in Latin, or in special cases equivalents may he taken to lit 
the student for college. Thorough drill on the declension of nouns, 
adjectives and the conjugation <>1 verbs is given, also on the appli- 
cation of the rules of construction ami t he acquiring of a consider- 
able vocabulary. The derivation of English words is studied, and 
in the advanced work exercises in sight-reading and Latin Composi- 
tion are given. It is the purpose to invest all the work in Latin 
with a living spirit that it may be a means of genuine literary cul- 
ture as well as of mental discipline. 

IIISTOKY. 

Besides the work in United States History in the Grammar 
School, a thorough foundation is laid in General History, English 
History, Civil Government and Political Economy. This course 
will open up to the student the deeds of mankind in all ages in 
their struggle for rational freedom. Tin; course includes three full 
years of historical study. 

SCIENCE. 

The Academy is supplied with sufficient apparatus to be a 
valuable aid in the study of the Natural Sciences. In Natural Phil- 
osophy the subject is illustrated by many simple pieces of a p para. 
fi|s, besides an air pump, electrical machine, batteries, etc. In 
Chemistry, students do practical work jn the Laboratory, which j.\ 
Well supplied with chemicals and apparatus for the analysis of un- 
known substances. Geology and .Mineralogy are illustrated by i\ 
collection of more thai) twelve hundred specimens, presented to t|ie 



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, Botany, animals and 
" 7 Alumni. I" Zoology am ..Verification are 

made prominent, in 

MATUBMATH* ^ 

„, lW » „«,.*, v-"- 1 i,r ; wc ;r t " tu. **~ *- 1 , e us r 

and OH"»"»» J" a „d isl.ai«. »»* kM f , ' M and all 

• . ^npnt on Algcoi 
one year is spcni 

,0try ' SOnMA,.>»K,-A»aMKST. ^ ^ 

^-^^XlT u,al 1,r ° v 

the Board to add a _ t^ESST 

yca* work ol three to rn. ^ ^ ^ 

WT^l^i'^aU iW view of con 

1 : ... , , ov^anwed With the view 

^ the fall term classes will be ° ^ w . m al ,, be provul- 

1 i, ilvroiK'hout the year. Class ,.v onU al work. 

ti»-^ h,!tf0, V ;; already done one ten,, ^ 

During Uu. w course. In U" I ° ^ 

„„.,.« lo live ,*xt «™ lllc Norma, «*, 



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who have done one term's work, and for those ready for the third 
term's work. It is thus seen that all the legal hranehes, Psychology, 
and Method may be had in the spring term. 

Inspection of the following schedule of classes will reveal the 
arrangement of the work throughout the year: 



Term 


FALL 


WINTKK 


si>iiiN<; 




U ra 1 11 in sir 
1st 


Grammar 
2nd 


< < rain mar 
2nd 


Method 


( irammar 

1st 


Gram mar 
2nd 


Method 




Arithme- 
tic 1st 


Arithme- 
tic:. 2nd 


Arithme- 
tic 2nd 

17. S. His 
lory. L'nil 


ItCitdiug 
I'liysiolo- 

( il!0gl'il- 

pliy, 2nd. 


A ritlimo- 
tie. 1st. 


Arithme- 
tic. 2nd 


Reading 




II. S. His- 
tory. 1st 


11. S. His- 
tory. 2lld 

Ue<igr;i- 

pliy 1st 


U. S. His- 
tory 1st. 

L'syciiolo- 
_ _gy. 


H. S. His- 
tory 2nd 


. physio- 
logy 

(Seogrn- 
phy. 2nd. 




INyrhoI- 
ogy 


1 ioOgrtl- 
phy. 1st. 


( ieogra- 
pliy. 1st 



It is not the purpose of High Schools to give students a teach- 
er's knowledge of the legal branches. It, lio-wever, is known that 
ma: y high school graduates desire to teach for a period of time. 
This course of Normal work is especially fitted for this class of 
students and for students having graduated from the Common 
Schools, who wish to get a more comprehensive knowledge of the 
legal branches, and learn correct methods of teaching them. Suf- 
ficient Psychology, Pedagogy, and Method will be given to make 
the \vork characteristically professional. The purpose of this de- 
partment can not be better stated than by saying it is to give students 
a teacher's knowledge of the legal branches, Psychology and Method. 

In the Normal Course it is not intended to conduct a scheme of 
cramming for examination, but it is our intention to help teaehers in 
their schools, <juite as much as to aid them to get licenses. 

The addition to the work in the Normal Department will, in no 
way, interfere with the regular Academic Course. Work will be so 
arranged that students who desire to take part Academic work, and 
part Normal work will be conveniently aooom modal od. 

Prof. (!. YV. Neet, the Superintendent of the Academy for 



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x r 4 ,, m ,i Vtas bad con- 
T _ uinin Is or ma n 

liable oxponauec 1. Common •*£ ■ ^ ,, ^ , k ., liU ,„,„, l 
also in Normal Institute work. 11 , rocom ,„c,ul the 

advantages which fapicclan 
themselves for teaching. 

HATKsoF TrnioN. ^ ( Wcok 



Grammar School. - ■ ' 1 so 

y^h. .School-- -First Year tl0 

High School- Second Year ' , (J0 

iPm-h School- Third Year jM) 

Kormal and Review Classes .... , 00 

Commercial Department 



1 n« belonging to the 
in will be considered as l)Cion 
Special Review classes «iH » accordingly- 

Second Year High School ^ ^ ^ ijlg of each term, and 

^ ^J^t^ ^Uier ^treasurer or super- 
settlement is expected 

-in. - - ssa 

= ;-rr.irfS .-« r - 

au ction will be inade nntilth, i. 

tiiTKU AUY KXliRClShb. 

v Society connected with the 
^ dcSlUGWOrk ° Et 1n^ cted of students in all grades 
school, literary exercises will ^ school. Care is used that 

{ Lll( . regular school ns 

lion are a pai i 



12 



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LIBRARIES. 

Four sets of Encyclopedias are in the school room?, and these 
with the Dictionaries and numerous reference books arc for the free 
use of all. There are three libraries in connection with the school, 
which contain about two thousand volumes; two of them belonging 
to the Literary Societies and the other to the Academy Association. 
Additions are made each year. 

BOARDING. 

The citizens of Spiceland have always given the students a 
hearty welcome by receiving them into their homes. It is the in- 
tention to offer students the advantage of a thorough education for 
a small outlay of money. The cost of boarding when everything is 
furnished is *:> per week. Rooms either furnished or unfurnished 
can be rented by those who board themselves, and the cost of living 
reduced to a very small sum. 

LECTURES. 

Students have the opportunity to hear good lectures at a very 
small expense. The following lectures and entertainments were 
given under the auspices of the Y . I'. S. C. K. during the season of 
1893-M: "An Elocutionary Entertainment* by I'rof. True Wood, of 
Earlham College, "Citizenship" by the Rev. R. V. Hunter, of 
Torre Haute, "A Musical and Literary Entertainment" under the 
direction of Emily Louise Parker, "Source of Power" by President 
.1. .1. Mills, of Earlham College. 

Students were admitted to these lectures and entertainments at 
the nominal fee of fifty cents for the course.. » 

GENERAL ITEMS. 

The Government id' the school is based upon the idea that man- 
hood is more than scholarship, thai self respect and self control on 
the part of the student are important factors in the formation of 
character. Greater stress is laid upon the thoroughness of instruc- 
tion and accuracy of knowledge than upon rapidity of advancement. 



SMCETAKP AOAPB'MY. 



in 



— record of ^ 1—^1 

cord and the iinal examination t t « ^ 
Students whose daily class recorc 1 , • 1 _ excused from ex- 
plication and deportment equally good, 5 

ami " at ' l0,1 ■ ' . the Health of the students has been uniformly 
For many years the lieaun 

,. There is probably ao * \ services on the 

* Th.^ '- l,M !'"' ,i " J! ,,,,,, A ie.yofV. P. 

S. C. E. meets cai " > ^ 

its meetings. to . u .Hers is constantly employed, so that 

A r""::;:;;: > - - «• 

lar«'C classes maj m 

U "' mg l,,l, ;:tw li r»t aoy oU.er.eboo! allonUng e,,nal ..1 

KxiMtnwci* are 

vantages- , , . „.„ ..„„ careful to make lliw nn in- 

The manage™ of the school a, tuy M „, iu rc . 

S i«»- fe " Sl "" r : l ;I Zl innocnecs, a,,,, in this 

'»traint» will be eurr Ml f^^,,, oI tlic village. 

they have 0,o eo-operau ^ ^ s ,„ „„. ,,„,ge. 

There are no bcci, li'iuoi corrupt tendon- 

No student whose iniluePcc is known to have a 

eywiU be retained in the 

1 wlio complete the 

.ue.ee, whose e ■»'* '» 1 ^ literary product. 

cou ,,e of study and nrc V »ro an, 'l - iwUW ,» w am! the 

i0 „ will be furnished a diploma, s.gnetl 05 
,, V o»ido,,l o( the heard of trustees. 



14 



CATALOGUE or 



LIST OF PUPILS. 



SENIORS. 

i 

Minnie Black Newcastle 

Bessie I. Brown i Spiceland 

Clarence V. Hall Spiceland 

Horace Hardy Marklcville 

Ida Ilolloway Spiceland 

Attic Hood Spiceland 

Bertha Jessup Clay Ctr., Neb. 

El ma Lawrence Spiceland 

Frank Pitts Spiceland 

Maude M. Schaffer Newcastle 

Oscar F. Symons Spiceland 

JUNIORS, 

Howard S Henley Spiceland 

Frank lludclson Spiceland 

M. Pearl MoIVqU Spiceland 

Frank Moore '.Spiceland 

Anna K. KatclilV Spiceland 

Nellie M. Ratlill Spiceland 

Edith l>. Smith Seliiva, O. 

11. Maud Wildn.an Spiceland 

Mabel I-:. Wright Lewisville 



15 

SriClSIASn ACArtSMY _____ 

FIRST YEAR. spiceland 

Willie J. Carson Kempto" 

Allen Kemp Spiceland 

Theresa Wildman '^vinC STUDENTS. 

IRREGtJLAB ACADEMIC & u Sl , 1( .,\and . 

Era A. Allison Dunveith 

(iariield Axline Spiceland 

Howard Bundy Spiceland 

Bertha Charles Spiceland 

Claude Copelaml Lewisville 

Evcvet Cope Spiceland 

Irene Deem Spiceland 

Edna Edwards Spiceland 

Roseoc Edwards spiceland 

Bettie Fegley puurcith 

Oltie Flcencr Spiceland 

Frank Foster Spiceland 

Leonora Griffin Elwootl 

Frank Ilarrold .spiceland 

Lois M. Henley Newcastle 

Elmer Hiatt Newcastle 

Enos B- Hlatt Dunreith 

Heber lludelson Spiceland 

Cora Hudson .Spiceland 

( iortrude KirK ^ .Spiceland 

Mary K. Lawrence Knightwtown 

Fannie Mitchell Ogden 

EH'a Moll'ctt Spiceland 

Cordea Mote ...Spiceland 

Mabel M. Newby " ' ' ' Spiceland 

Elton Newby ^ .Spiceland 

Wallace Newby ^ Spiceland 

Clarence D. Painter • 



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CATALOGUE OF 



WaltcrS. Painter Spiceland 

Glenn Pierce Spiceland 

Clyde Pierce Spiceland 

Allie Pittenger De Soto 

Hattie Poer .' Spiceland 

Clara Priddy Spiceland 

Willie Kalcliil Spiceland 

Olive E. Rifncr Spiceland 

Clyde Sisson Spiceland 

Dora Slall'ord Spiceland 

Clinton Si an lev 1 Lcwisvillc 

Rosa Stratum Lewisville 

J. Henley Synions ...Spiceland 

Edward E. Wildman Spiceland 

Clara A. White llaysville 

Frank L White New Paris, 0. 

('has. WrighlenbciTy Spiceland 

NORMAL STUDENTS. • 

Pearl K. Beam Spiceland 

Estella Clark Spiceland 

Waller Delaware New Lisbon 

Clarence V. Hall Spiceland 

Fannie 1 layes Dimreith 

Elmer lliatt Newcastle 

Ida Hiatt Newcastle 

Maud llockersmitli Newcastle 

Lcora Jessnp Westland 

J. L. Leakey New Lisbon 

Matlie Leakey New Lisbon 

Jessie Leakey . , New Lisbon 

C. it Millikan Messick 

Pearl E. Millikan Spiceland 



1 

SMCEIAND ACADEMY. . 



" . Mechanicsburg 

J, F. McCormaek Spiceland 

Ella V. Moore Mechanicsburg 

Wm. K. Mundel Spiceland 

Clarence D, Painter Le Grand, la. 

Edgar J. Sanders... ....Westland, Ind. 

Eva Siraid Newcastle 

Nora Stinson .Spiceland 

Edward F. Wildman Charlottesville 

White .Lewisville 

Claude Wright 



Summary.' 
ACADEMIC DEPARTMENT. 

Seniors 11 

Juniors 

First Year 3 

, ' ..40— 69 

Irregular 

NORMAL DEPARTMENT 85- -.26 

Total Enrollment {)i 



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CATALOGUE OF 



GRADUATES. 



1870 

Kli IT. Cook Muscatine, Iown 

John J. Stubbs Omaha, Nebraska 

1871 

Walter D. Jones Dayton, Ohio 

*AIVlll II. Jenkins 

1. Maey Good 

0. It. Dixon Carlisle, Pa. 

R.G. Hoone Vpsllantn, Michigan 

Dallas Sisson Splceland 

Mary V. Itallenger, ( Barnardi. Newcastle 

Louisa Wlckci sham I ,e wisvi I ic 

I, Ida Edwards, (Hal lit) Newcastle 

IS72 I 

Lindley H. Johnson Dunreith 

David I lenley spiceland 

Jacob Hill Pasadena, I 'al. 

Henry W. Painter Spiceland 

Holier) (i. Mitcliel Pacltlc Grove.Cal. 

1 s?:i 

'Sadie D. Talberl,! kVrlght) 

Varon I!. Ili-ll Itcd < ink, la. 

J. Tllninn Hulehiiis 

■loli i) Pennington Oskaloosa, la. 

.Mary stubbs, i Painter) splccland 

Xnthan Williams Oswego, Kan. 

Carrie Talbert l Newby) ....Wilclhtn, Kan. 

1874 

Alice Collin, (Kussel) St. Louis, M-. 

Elvira Spencer, (Harold) Richmond 

J. 1'. Edwards Tacouia, Wash. 

William s. Mollitt Greensboro, Ind. 

Edwin (>. Kennard Pasadena, Cal. 

Nathan Rosen bergcr Muscatine, In. 

W. K, Jackson Knightslowti 

D. C. M itchel Splceland 

1S75 

W. W.G'regg Cliieago, Ills. 

William Pidgeon Washington, Kan. 

Irviu Stanley Beloit, Kan. 

1877 

Milton Roberts Ottumwn, la. 

1S7S 

S. Kiln Hoguc. (Poggett) . . Danville, \'a. 
1 telle Chambers, i Kstcs)(irund Forks, Da. 

.1. Plnknev M ilcliel Fresno, ( 'al, 

Tluillins Mllclicl Splcoliind 

Flora Moore, (liraily) 1 ,1 ncol n vi lie 

John (>. Keeil East Sagannw, Mich. 

William S, Sea ford Splcelaml 

Pantile Thorn hurgt Pars! us) .( Ink Park, I II 



] 879 

.lay A. Buck Muncle 

Carrie Coodwln, (Jeffrey) Newcastle 

Ibomas Nowlin New berg, Oregon 

1880 

•'• I'J'lKar Cloud Richmond, Ind. 

William N. Lamb Vacavllle, Cal. 

Mattie Lamb (Out laud) A m boy 

Ailn Grace Murphy Newcastle 

Kuinia Hell Kober|s..Snn River, Montana 

Ida May Roberts " " •• 

Frank Symons Portland, Me. 

LamiraTrueblood ( Kelluin) Friends wood 
1881 

Oscar R. linker Winchester 

( orrie Boguc 

Minnie lienedie.l (Hlankeushlp) Paragon 
Carrie Dntliank (Kellum) ...Indianapolis 
Jesse A . Ml rat Ian 

1882 

A i t h ii i II. Bailey 

J. Newton liariiari' Mirtdletown 

Harriet liogue (Newliu) Indianapolis 

Mat-tie H. Dickinson S]iicelaud 

« 'barles Newlin Indianapolis 

jss:; 

Anna HuuelKon(Foster)Wa.shington,D.C, 

Ryland llatlitl' Fairniount 

Julia Stafford (Shugart) Greensboro 

Emily Weeks Mechanicsburg 

1884 

"Corn Kirk 

Ella St rattan ( liodson) Spiceland 

Virginia (irillin (Cory) Mt. Suniinltt 

Isadore Hull (Wilson) Splceland 

William Julian Mlnden, Neb. 

Charles B. Newby Cliieago 

188, r ) 

Mary 1,. Brown (Pennington). ..Spieelnnd 

Alfred V. King Weaver 

Oliver C. Steele.. Spiceland 

1886 

L. Winnie liaily Spiceland 

Mattie E. lirown Spiceland 

Richard It road bent F I wood 

Elbert (irillin El wood 

Alon/.o C. I lodson Spiceland 

John L. McNcw Greenfield 

Russell llatlitl Marl- n 

1887 

llerberl T. Bally Spiceland 

Clarence lieard K Ii Igb l.slown 

Anna l\ . Boguc (Shatter) Splceland 

Bindley Comploii Ilarlein, Mini, 

Ll/./dc S. Mint! Splceland 

A brum Miller Kennard 

Hert, Snillb /doiisvllle 



SrtCEBANri ACADEMY. 



10 



1SSS 

Khoda M. Ballenger^........ 

Hannah E.Brown s i b iu f 

orynthaL. H'own (Jester) 

Jessie Butler 

j~hn I Ccofc . 

ci'ira (!. Edwards ■ 

V E ?va Elliott (Compton) H 

VelV'nl, I'. RHtellll 

H. 11. Ratclill 

11. II. Rft.vl :r-rr: 

(3)1 aides 1 .. Htnbbs 

IKSd 



w 



I .a urn Hcnedlc .. .... ■ 

111,,,,' l,e Brnddock... 

Frank Copclaml 

Est el la Deem... 

I relic*' i .nrdnei 

Jr.'.JVrn.ledordoi. (UennuN 

Sue (irillin (Evans) 

tills siubbs 

wllHC islio 

I , Edits Butler 

Elmer Deem... ...... 

I duin Ii. Rntclirt 

lieiinie Strattau 

*■ '•• sn " ,,,s isiVi 

|.:t),el M. • 'opehind 

Louie Edmundsou 



.■Newcastle 
')Dexter, la. 
Baton, la. 
Lewisville 
Greensboro 
Si>iceland 
i'irlem, Moil. 
Newcastle 
Splceland 
Splceland 
"...Spiceland 

Spin I rl 

iiiow Branch 
..Dunreith 
......Spiceland 

' '"spiceland 
Lima.O. 
Mt. Summit! 
.....Lewisville 

'asadcnii, Cal. 

1 .ewisvilK 
r.......Spicelfrnd 

Spiceland 

^Spiceland 

' spiceland 



Manrlne Gardner 

Charles N. Hardy.... 



(i. Alice Hiatt 

Krnest Sisson 

Mfred H Symons 

Mary M. Teas 

Charles Titus .... ... 

Herbert Woodaiu 

Jesse S. Rally 

Clara Brown 

Warren 'I'. Evans. 

John B. lireenstre 
Winnie Hinshaw. 
David N. Kemp 
Alice C. Lawrence 

Estella symons.... 
Clvin Clrich 



Spiceland 

Markleville 

El wood 

..Spiceland 



'.War 



.Fount 



iiicrstown 
lrvingtou 
•ringtou 
lin City 



lSi»'2 



I ndiauapolis 
Spiceland 
"Minneai.oUs Mlmi. 
, Lewisville 
I y n.n 
Kenipton 
. spiceland 
Spici Bind 
(.arcsnsboro 



18(1',; 



Oscar liogue 

Estella Charles 

Flov HU1 

Arthur Holloway. 

I ,eora Jessup 

John Miller 

Olen Payne 

Lena Rayle... 

(ieorge Smith 

Orville While. 

'Deceased. 



..Spiceland 

' Spicelan.d 

i>asadena, Cal. 
Spicilland 
'".VAVestland 
Spiceland 
Spieel ind 
Spiceland 
Greensboro 
.Galena, HI. 



..SplC 



>. 111. 

•land 




OR THE 

OFFICERS AW STUDENTS 

OR 

SPIGELAND ACADEMY, 

SPICELAND, HENRY COUNTY, INDIANA, 

von Tin: academic yeah 




TIIK SUN PUBLTKIIINCJ CO., 

IMM NTICIiH, 

Kniglitstowu, Indiana. 



t 



Board of Trustees of Spiceland Academy. 



This School has been legally incorporated by the Society of 
Friends, and is under the care of the following Borrd of Trustees: 
EDWIN HALL, Pres. SAMANTHA HENLEY, Sec 

WM. II. COFFIN. MATTIE S. CHARLES, Treas. 

DANIEL LAWRENCE. TERRELL WILSON. 



I 

I 

I 



Calendar— 1895-96. 



First Term opens Monday, September 2, 181)5. 

First Term ends Friday, December 20, 1895. 
Second Term opens Monday, December 3.0, 1895, 

Second Term ends Friday, March 21, 1800. 
Third Term opens Tuesday, April I, 1890. 

Third Term ends Friday, June 20, 1890. 
Commencement Exercises, 10a. m. Friday, June 20, 1890. 



Instructors— 189-4-95. 



GEO. W. NEET, Superintendent. 
Mental Science, Pedagogy and Latin. 
MURRAY S. WILDMAN, 
Natural Science and History. 
CLAUIBEL GARDNER, 
Mathematics and Literature. 
LEONARD YOUNG, 
Normal Department. 
BELLE WILSON, Music. 

Instructors— 1 S ( . )5-96. 

G. W. NEET, Superintendent, 
Mental Science, Pedagogy and Latin. 

Natural Science and History. 

CLARIBEL GARDNER, 
Mathematics and Literature. 
LEONARD YOUNG, 
Normal Department. 
BELLE WILSON, Music. 



SP1GELAND ACADEMY. 



11ISTQRY. 

Spioeland Academy is the oldest Academy in charge of Friends 
in Indiana. It was chartered as an Academy in 1872, but its history 
as a Friends' school is much older than this, dating back for more 
than sixty years. It is under the control of Spiceland Monthly 
Meeting, by which body the board of trustees is appointed. 1 he 
teachers are selected by the trustees. While the school is under 
denominational control, it is not sectarian in the least; it* founda- 
tion rests upon christian culture. The first class was graduated in 
1H70 and iliO have received diplomas from the Academy. More 
than 3,000 students have received" instruction in the school since its 
organization as a Academy. 

LOCATION. 

Spiceland Academy is located in the beautiful and nourishing 
town of Spiceland, Indiana, in the southern part of Henry county, on 
the L. E. &. W. R. R., two miles north of Dunreith, on the Pennsyl- 
vania K R. The buildings are situated in the midst of a beautiful 
grove adjoining which is a large campus, well lilted for the various 
sports engaged in by the students. 

ENTRANCE. 

Students may enter at any time, but students coming from other 
schools are required to bring certilicates stating their literary and 
moral standing. In the absence of approved certificate, examina- 
tions will be held, and students classified accordingly. 



CATALOGUE OF 



SP1CELA2JD ACADEMY 



Remarks on Course of Study. 

Classes in Book Keeping, Single and Double entry, will be 
formed whenever there is sufficient demand, and tuition will be 
charged at the same rate as for a third year study. Satisfactory 
work in this study may be substituted for work in the regular course 
at the discretion of the Superintendent. 

The above course of study has been prepared with reference to 
the needs of those students who do not expect to pursue a college 
course, but desire to 3 c M uirc a knowlege of those branches winch 
will fit them for active life. Sr.:. iai. attention, iiowevek, is given 
to i-iiei'AKING students KOK coi.i.e<:e, and third year work in Latin, 
Mathematics and other subjects will be given when a sufficient num- 
ber of pupils desire it. Students are urged to take a college course, 
and they will be admitted to any of the leading colleges of Indiana 
without examination. 

The course of study in the (grammar School is in harmony with 
that adopted throughout the State. 

At the close of the Winter term, the members of the second 
High School class hold an exhibition, for which each member pre- 
pares an essay, oration or declamation, and the public speakers are 
chosen from the number. 

ENGLISH. 

Beside the usual work in English Grammar, special attention is 
paid to English Composition which is preparatory to the work in 
Rhetoric. This consists of a study of Grammatical purity, Choice 
and Use of Words, and kinds of composition, with practical exercises 



CATALOGUE OK 



. n each. English and American Literature receive careful attention. 

The work consists of a brief history of the rise and growth of 
the English language, a history of the lives and times of the 
leading authors, and a critical study of selections from their writing. 
The aim is to create a taste for good literature. 

LATIN. 

In order to receive a diploma a student must have two years' 
work in Latin, or, in special cas^s equivalents, may be taken to lit 
the student for college. Thorough drill on the declension of nouns 
adjectives and the conjugation of verbs is given, also on the appli- 
cation of the rules of construction, and the acquiring of a consider- 
able vocabulary. The derivation of English words is studied, and in 
the advance work, exercises in sight reading and Latin Composition 
are given. It is the purpose to invest all the work in Latin with a 
living spirit that it may be a means of genuine literary culture as 

well as of mental discipline. 

HISTORY. 

Besides the work in United States History in the Grammar 
School, a thorough foundation is laid in General History, English 
History, Civil Government and Political Economy. This course 
will open up to the student the deeds of mankind in all ages in 
their struggle for rational freedom. 

SCIENCE: 

The Academy is supplied with sufficient apparatus to be a 
valuable aid in the study of Natural Sciences. In Natural Philoso- 
phy the subject is illustrated by many simple pieces of apparatus, 
besides an air pump, electrical machine, batteries, etc. In Chem- 
istry, students do practical work in the Laboratory, which is well 
supplied with chemicals and apparatus for the analysis of unknown 
substances. Geology and Mineralogy arc illustrated by a collection 
of more than twelve hundred specimens, presented to the Academy 



i 

; 



SPlOET-AXTl ACADEMY 9 

by the Alumni. In Zoology and Botany, animals and plants are 
studied from nature, and systems of classification are made promi- 
nent. In all the sciences, objects arc studied as much as possible. 

MATHEMATICS. 
In this study, practical problems are given as much as possible, 
and especially is this done in Geometry. The students have the use 
of a surveyor's compass and chain, and learn their practical use. 
Book-keeping and the practical phases of business paper and all 
commercial forms are taught, and a student is prepared to take 
charge of a set of books for a business linn. In the High School, 
one year is spent on Algebra, and one year on Geometry and 
Trigonometry. 

NORMAL DEPARTMENT. 

For several years past, special arrangements have been made to 
give those students desiring to teach, the opportunity of Normal 
instruction during the spring term. A special Normal instructor 
has been employed, and many students of this and adjoining counties 
have availed themselves of its advantages. 

The increasing demand for Normal work, and for a more ex- 
tended course than can be given during the spring term has induced 
the board to add a Normal Department that, provides for a full 
yeai's work ot three terms, as follows: — 

V* i l" Term i TstTiJrioTmTai- | "1 sV_Arit.lniiei.ic _|_ 1st. I ' . _s. H i s lory | Psychology 
wTnlcr Tci in 7 Uiii'iiiTiT | '-in! A ri I h m>-Yi_J "2n~rt IT. S. Jlis t'ry | 1st, (i'grnph y 
Spriiis Term | Method _| " JUcmlin* | ' Physiology I -mu i Vmphy 

In the fall term classes will be organized with the view of coi - 
tinning the work throughout the year. Classes will also be provid- 
ed for those; who have already done one term's Normal woik. 
During the winter term both classes having started in the fall will 
advance to the next work in the course. In the spring term classes 
will be provided for those beginning the. Normal work, and for those 



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CATALOGUE OV 



who liave done one term's work, ami for tho.se ready for the third 
term's work. It is thus seen that all the legal branches, Psychology, 
and Method may be had in the spring- term. 

Inspection of the following schedule of classes will reveal the 
arrangement of the work throughout the year: 



Term 


FA LI. 


WJNTKK 




KPIUNti 






(iraiiimar 
1st 


( i in 111 mar 
2nd 


<; ''V,;;:; M: "' .Method 


Urammar 
1st, 


(irammar 
2nd 


Method 




Arithme- 
tic. 1st. 


A i'it h lue- 
tic 2nd 


Aritlime- 

tii-. li 1 1 1 1 j Reading 


A rit li mo- 
th- 1st 


Arithme- 
tic 2nd 


Reading 




U. s. His- 
tory, lsl 


r. s. His- 
toid . 2nd 


1". S. Ills- 1 I'hysio- 
Itir.v. L'mlJ loVy 


1'. N. His- 
tory 1st 


II. S. Jlls- 
lory 2nd 


Physio 
logy 




Psychol- 
ogy. 


< iCIIHI II- 

pliy. Isi 


(jCOgl'a- | (i'COgnt- 

|>hy. lsl pliy. 2jid 


Psycholo- 
gy 


< ieogm- 
phy 1st 


Geogra- 
phy 2nd. 



It is not the purpose of High Schools to give students a teach- 
er's knowledge of the legal branches. It, however, is known that 
many high school graduates desire to teach for a period of time. 
This course of Normal work is especially litted tor this class of 
students, and for students having graduated from the Common 
Schools, who Wish to get a more comprehensive knowledge of the 
legal branches, and learn correct methods of teaching them. Suf- 
ficient Psychology, Pedagogy and Method will he given to make 
the work characteristically professional. The purpose of this de- 
partment cannot he better stated than by saying it is to give students 
a teacher's knowledge of the legal branches, Psychology and Method. 

In the Normal course if is not intended to conduct a scheme of 
cramming for examination, hut it is our intention to help teachers 
in their schools quite as much as to aid them to get licenses. 

The addition l« the work in the Normal Department will in no 
way interfere with the regular Academic Course. Work will he so 
arranged that students who desire to take part Academic work, and 
part Normal work will hi' eonviciitly accommodated. 



SPICELAXT) A CADEMY 



11 



Prof. G. \V. Neet, the Superintendent of the Academy for 
1894-U5 is a graduate of the Indiana Stale Normal, has had the ad- 
vantage of a course of instruction in Indiana University, is well ex- 
perienced in Public and High School work, and also in Normal 
Institute work. He will he aided in this department by Leonard 
Young, a State Normal student who has also had the advantage of a 
course at Indiana University, so that we can confidently recommend 
the advantages which Spiceland oilers to all students who desire to 
tit themselves for teaching. 

PATHS OF TUITION. 

(irammar School % .7.-, per week. 

High School— First Year jt) per week per subject. 

High School — Second Year 22.', « " a " 

High School — Third Year :):{.| <« n - .» 

Normal and Review Classes £1.00 

Commercial Department 

Tuition is due at the opening of each term, and settlement 
must be made will, either the treasurer or superintendent, before 
students may enter upon their term's work. 

No deduction will he made for absence after enrollment, ex- 
cept in cases of protracted ill health. In event of sickness, notice 
must, in all cases be given of the withdrawal of the pupil, as no de- 
duction will be made until this is done. 

LITERARY EXERCISES. 
Besides the work of the Literary Society connected with the 
school, literary exercises will be expected of students in all grades 
both 111 class work and before the whole school. Care is used thai 
students may learn the art of turni position and public delivery. To 
(his end, public exercises are occasionally held I,, commemorate some 
author or well- known historical event. Kssays ami declamation are 
a part of lie regular school work. 



12 



CATALOGUE OF 



LIBRARIES. 

Four sets of Encyclopedias are in the school rooms, and these 
with the Dictionaries and numerous reference books are for the free 
use of all. There arc three libraries in connection with the school, 
which contain about two thousand volumes; two of them belonging 
to the Literary Societies and the other to the Academy Association. 
Additions are made each year. 

BOARDING, 

Tlie citizens of Spiceland have always given the Students a 
hearty welcome by receiving them into their homos. It is the in- 
tention to offer students the advantage of a thorough education for 
a small outlay of money. The cost of boarding when everything is 
furnished is t<:J per week. Rooos either furnished or unfurnished 
can be rented by tliose who board themselves, and the cost of living 
reduced to a very small sum. 

LECTURES. 

Students have tin; opportunity to hear good lectures at a small 
expense. The following course of lectures was given under the aus- 
pices of Spiccland Literary Club during the season of lK'J4- < Jo: Ten 
lectures on "The Era of the Reformation," by Prof. Cyrus llodgin, 
of Earlham College, These lectures were all highly instructive as 
well as entertaining. Arrangements were made by which these lec- 
tures were practically free to the students. 

GENERAL ITEMS. 

The government of the school is based upon the idea that man- 
hood is more than scholarship, that self respect and self control on 
the part of the student are important factors in the formation of 
character. Greater stress is laid upon the thoroughness of instruc- 
tion and accuracy of knowledge than upon rapidity of advancement. 



SFtCKtuVND ACADEMY 



13 



A daily class record of the work of each pupil is kept. This re- 
cord and the final examination determine the recorded grade. 
Students whose daily class record is !»5 per cent., with attendance, 
application and deportment equally good, inry be excused from ex- 
amination. 

For many years the health of the students has been uniformly 
good. There is probably no healthier locality in the state. 

The Friends and Methodists both hold religious services on the 
Sabbath, and each maintains a Sabbath school. A society of Y. P. 
S. C. E. meets each Sabbath evening, and students are welcomed to 
its meetings. 

A sufficient number of teachers is constantly employed, so that 
large classes may be avoided, and students may receive personal at- 
tention during the lecitation. 

Expenses are as low as at any other school affording equal ad- 
vantages. 

The managers of the school are very careful to make this an in- 
stitution in which students who are away from home and its re- 
straints, will be surrounded by good, moral influences, and in this 
they have the co-operation of the citizens of the village. 

There are no beer, liquor or billiard saloons in the village. 

No student whose influence is known to have a corrupting ten- 
dency will be retained in the school. 

DIPLOMA. 

Students whose conduct is exemplary, and who complete the 
course of study and prepare and deliver a suitable literary product- 
ion, will be furnished a diploma, signed by the instructors and the 
president of the board of trustees. 



CATALOGUE OP 



LIST OF PUPILS. 

i 



SENIORS. 

Clarence Painter *. . . . Spiccland 

Mabel Wright Spieeland 

Edgar Cox Spieeland 

Nellie KatlifT Spieeland 

Howard Henley Spieeland 

Maude Wild man Spieeland 

Frank Hudelson Spiccland 

Pearl Moifet Spiccland 

JUNIORS. 

Pearl James Lincolnsville 

Anna Morris ' Lincolnsville 

Anna Rat-cliff Spieeland 

Willie Carson Spieeland 

Mabel Newby Spiccland 

Nora Griffin Spieeland 

Clara White Raysville 

Roscoe Kdwards Snider 

Theresa Wildman Spiccland 



\ 



SI'H'KI.ANO ACADEMY ] 



FIRST YEAR. 

Minnie Stratton Spieeland 

Elva Hudson Spieeland 

Lois 1 Ienley Spieeland 

(Mara Ross Spieeland 

Bertha M. Charles .Spieeland 

Clyde Sisson Spieeland 

Pearl Symons Spieeland 

Charley 11. Smith Mt. Summit 

Pearl Mdlikan Spieeland 

Mayme Stafford : Spieeland 

Walter Collin Spieeland 

Rosa Stratton Spieeland 

Debbie Edwards Snider 

Oscar Smith \ Selma, Ohio 

M iehael Painter Middletown 

Frank Wright Dunreith 

Walter Painter Spieeland 

Ethel Rifner Spieeland 

Bertha Hayes .Spieeland 

Baltic Poer. , Spieeland 

Matid Elliott Spieeland 

Leota Applegate Spieeland 

Will Reed Mt. Summit 

Gertrude Seaford Spieeland 

Mary Taylor Spieeland 

Cora Charles Spieeland 

Ray Carson Spieeland 

Mattie Moore Spieeland 

IRREGULAR. 
Lora M. Simmons Greenfield 



V, 



CATAXOftUE OF 



Enid G, Bundy Greenfield 

Mary E. Lawrence Spiceland 

Addie Edwards Spiceland 

Bessie lludelson Spiceland 

Morris Colli n Spiceland 

Gcrtrw'e Kirk Spiceland 

Grace (ides Anderson 

Gertrude Pricliajd Spiceland 

Emma Deem Spiceland 

Heber Iludelson Dunrcith 

Willie Ratliff , Spiceland 

Clyde Pierce Spiceland 

Glenn Tierce Spiceland 

Arlie Hood Spiceland 

Garfield Axline Spiceland 

Wallace Ncwby Spiceland 

Daisy Lliatt Spiceland 

Clint Bundy Spiceland 

llcnly Symons Spiceland 

Berlha Pearson Spiceland 

Ilollis 15. Cram Spiceland 

J. Harry Elliott Spiceland 

Michael Swallow Spiceland 

NORMAL STUDENTS. 

Ray M. Beck New Castle 

Fred Sisson Dunrcith 

Fanny Hays Dunrcith 

Clarence Hall Spiceland 

Howard Bundy Spiceland 

Etta Ball ' Lewisville 

Myrtle Higgle Lewisville 

i 



I 



Sl'ICEI.ANI) ACADEMY 



Mamie Bo wen Kennard 

George Myers Dateville 

Maud Ilockersmith New Castle 

Mattic Leakey New Lisbon . 

Laurence Gar dner 5 - .Spiceland 

Gertrude Meredith Lewisville 

Edna Pickering New Castle 

Jcftsfe jjLeaky". New Lisbon 

Oran Cromer '. Cross Roads 

Pearl Bowers Cadi/ 

Katie Owens Dunrcith 

Chas. F. Carlton Willow Branch 

John M. White New Lisbon 

Leon McCormack Cadiz 

Leonard Reeder Springport 

Mattie Riley Cadiz 

Laura Wisehart Mcchanicsburg 

George McCormack Cadiz 

Thomas Reeder Springport 

B. F. Wisehart Mcchanicsburg 

George 11. Stinson Newcastle 

.1. A. Miller Spiceland 

Carrie Carr Kennard 

Howard Carr Kennard 

J no. A. Tully Mechanicsburg 

Allie Gray Spiceland 

Lelia Smith Springport 

Webster Carr ' Kennard 

Ohas. R. Tully Mechanicsburg 

.1. J. Hoover Sulphur Springs 

May B. Hoover Sulphur Springs 



18 CATALOGUE OF 

Pearl Carr Kennartl 

J. L. Hoover • . Sulphur Springs 

Allegra Fraizer SpringpoYt 

Dorsey Conwell Spicelaml 

Lizzie Funk Dublin 

C. N. Davis Cranville 

Carrie Knglish Diuireith 

S. B. Pickering Newcastle 

0. O. Carpenter Newcastle 

P. L>. Wright Cadiz 

Stella Charles 1 Spicelaml 



Summary. 

ACADEMIC DEPARTMENT. 

Seniors 8 

Juniors . . . , 10 

First Year 28 

Irregular 25 — 7 1 

Normal Department 4i) — 

Total ,130 



Sl'IcKLANP ACADEMY 



10 



GRADUATES. 



1S70 

KH U. Cook Muscatine, Iowa 

John J.Stubbs umiUui, Nebraska 

1871 

Walter I). Jones Dayton, Ohio 

Al\ In II. Jenkins 

■ 1. Macy Good ., 

(•'. K. Dixon c \ r , 1 . ,s !5v 1 11 

R. G. Boone Ypsilanta, Michigan 

Dallas Sisson Spiceland 

Mary V. Hallcnger (Baniard)...Ncwcast e 

Louisa Wickershiun Lewisvil e 

Lida F.dwards, (Saint) Newcastle 

Llndlev H. Jolinwon Dunreilh 

David Henley Kpiceliuid 

Jacob Hill Pasadena, I a 

Henry W, Painter «P Iceland 

Robert G. Mitchel PaclltcGrove.Cal. 

187:5 

-Sadie D. Talbert, (Wright) 

Aaron li. He ll Red Oak, Iowa 

•'■.J. Til mini Hutchins 

John Pennington Oslcaloosa, Iowa 

Mary sin libs, (Painter) Spiceland 

Nathan Williams Oswego, Kan. 

Carrie Talbcrl (Newby), ...Wltcblta, ban. 
1S7-) 

Alice Collin (Russei).. Si. Louis, Mo. 

F.l\ iraSpenecn Harold) Richmond 

I I' Kdwards Taeoma, Wash. 

William S. Mollltt Greensboro 

F.dwin (>. ICennard Pasadena, tat. 

Nathan Rosenberger Muscatine, la. 

W. K. Jackson Knight.stown 

D. C. Mitchel Spicelaml 

1875 

W. W. Gregg Chicago, Ills. 

William Pidgeoil Washington, Kan. 

Irvin Stanley Beloit, Kan, 

1H77 

Milton Roberts Ottumwa, la. 

1S78 

S. Klin liogue (Doggct) Danville, Ya. 

liolle Chambers, (Kslcs) Grand Forks, la. 

J. Plnkney Mitchel Fresno, Cal. 

Thomas M itcbel Spicelaml 

Flora Moore, (Brndy) Lincoln vllle 

John O. Reed Mast Saganaw, Mich. 

William S. Seaford Spicelaml 

FunnlcTliornburg(Purslns)OHk Park, I II. 



1870 

.lav A. Buck Muncle 

Carrie Goodwin, t.lett'ry) • . Newcastle 

Thomas Newiin Newberg, Oregon 

1880 

,1. F.dgar cloud Richmond 

William N. Lamb Vaeaville, (. ai. 

Mattie Latnb lUutlatid) Ainbo> 

Ada Grace Murphy Newcastle 

Kmma Belle Roberts Sun River.Mont. 

Ida Mav Kohcrts Sun River, Mont. 

Frank Svinovs Portland, Me. 

I, ami la TruebloodlKelluni) Friends wood 
18S1 

(•sear R. Baker Winchester 

H'orric Bogue 

Minnie Bciiedict(Blankenship) I nragon 
Carrie Pnthank I Kellum). ..Indianapolis 
•■ Jesse A. Strut tan 

18S2 

Arthur II. Bailey 

. »- ,. i ^fi. ,1 nlnwn 



J. Newton Barnard Middletown 

Harriet! Bogue i Newlin Indianapolis 

Haiti.' I-:. Dickinson Spiceland 

Charles Newlin Indianapolis 

lS8f, 

Anna lludelsoin Foster; Wash ington.D.C. 

It\ land Ratlitl' Fairinonnt 

Julia St a (lord (Shugart) Greensboro 

Kmily Weeks Meehanicsburg 

1SH I 

'Cora Kirk 

lilla SI rat Ian I Hodson) Spiceland 

Virginia Grillin (Cory) Mt. Summit 

Isadore Hall (Wilson i Spiceland 

William Julian Mlnden, Neb- 

Charles 11. Newby Chicago 

1885 

Mary L. Brown (Pennington),. ..Spiceland 

Alfred V. King Weaver 

Oliver C. Steele Spiceland 

1S8C, 

I,. Winnie Bnlley Spleelniid 

Matllc II. Brown Spiceland 

Klchard llroadbcnl F.lwood 

|.;n,eri tii iilin FJwood 

A lonzo ( '. Hodson Spiceland 

John I.. Me New Grcenlleld 

Russell Kalllll Marlon 



20 



CATALOG UK OF 



18*7 

Herbert T. Raily Spieeland 

( Ilarence Beard Knights town 

Anna K. Liogue (Shaffer) Spicelaud 

Dudley Coinptou Harlem, Mont. 

Lizzie s. Hiatt Spicelund 

Abrain Miller Keunard 

Bert Smith Zionsvi lie 

1888 

Rlioda M. Ballcngcr Newcastle 

Hannah E. Brown(Stribbling). Dexter, la. 

Oryntha L. Brown (Jester) Paton, la. 

Jessie Butler. Lewisville 

John C. Cook Spieeland 

Clara (i. Edwards Spicelaud 

l'.lva Elliott (Ooniptou Harlem, Mont. 

Achsah E. Kate-lift Newcastle 

H. II. Ratcliff. Spicelaud 

II. H. Ray] Spieeland 

Charles L. Stubbs * Spieeland 

J. A. Greenstreet Spieeland 

J 8,89 

I, a ura Benedict Spriugport 

Blanche Braddoek Willow Branch 

Frank Cope land Dunreith 

Estella Deem Spieeland 

Lawreuce Gardner Spieeland 

Gertrude Gordon lOenaux) Lima, O. 

SueGrlftin (Evans) Mt. Summitt 

Otis stubbs Lewisville 

Mary White Pasadena, Cal. 

18'JO 

L. Etta Butler Lewisville 

Elmer Deem spieeland 

Edwin B. Ratcliff Spieeland 

Bcnnie st rattan Strattan 

S. E. Stubbs Spieeland 

1891 

Ethel M. Copeland Chicago. III. 

Louie Ed in undson Spieeland 

Mauri lie Gardner Spieeland 



Charles N. Hardy Marklevllle 

O. Alice Hiatt Elwood 

Ernest Sisson Spieeland 

Alfred II. Synions Hagcrstown 

Mary M. Teas Irviugtou 

Charles 'i'ilus Warrington 

Herbert, I). Woodard Fountain City 

1892 

Jesse S. Baily Indianapolis 

Clara Brown Spieeland 

Warren 'I'. Evans Minneapolis, Minn. 

■loli ii B. Greenstreet Lewisville 

Winnie 1 1 i nshaw Ly hu 

David N. IC< nip Kemptou 

Aliee C. Lawrence Spieeland 

Estella Sy moils Spieeland 

A I vin Ulrich Greensboro 

18!):l 

Oscar Bogue Spieeland 

Estella Charles Spicilaud 

Floyd Hill Pasadena, Cal. 

Arthur Hollo way Spieeland 

Leora Jessup Westland 

John Miller Spieeland 

Olen Payne Spieeland 

Lena Rayle Spieeland 

< ieorgc Smith Greensboro 

Orville White Galena, 111. 

I 804 

.Minnie Black Newcastle 

Bessie 1. Brown Spicelai.d 

Clarence V. Hall Spieeland 

Horace Hardy Marklevllle 

Ida Hollo Way Spieeland 

Arlie Hood Spieeland 

Bertha Jessup Clay Center, Neb. 

Elma Lawrence Spicela nd 

Frank Pitts Carthage 

Maude M. Hchaffer Newcastle 

Oscar F. Synions Spieeland 

Deceased. 



CATALOGUE 



OF 
THE 



Officers 

and Students. 



■OF 



SPICELAND ACADEMY, 



SPICELAND, HENRY COUNTY, INDIANA. 



FOR THE 

ACADEMIC YEAR 



1895=6. 



Board of Trustees of Spiceland Academy. 



This school has 1h;cii legally incorporated by iho Society of Friends aud U 
under the care of the following Board of Trustees; 

EDWIN HALL, Pres. SAM ANT HA HENLEY, Sec. 

Wm. H. COFFIN. MATTIES. CHARLES, Treas. 

DANIEL LAWRENCE, i TERRELL WILSON. 



CALENDAR 1896=97. 



First term opens .Monday, September 7, 1896. 

First term ends Thursday, December 24, 1896. 
Second term opens .Monday, January 4, 1897. 

Second term ends Friday, March 26, 1897. 
Third term opens Tuesday, April 6, 1897. 

Third term ends Friday, June 25, 1897. 
Commencement Exercises, 10 a. in., Friday, June 25, 1897. 



Instructors ,805.96 



CEO. W. NE» T Ql 

W I ; ^^.vnnd Latin 
' Jr< L. SI AUTIX 

m!h Gardner 
llonard young 

^onnal Department. 
BELLE WILSON, Musi, 

Instructors i8 9 6= 97 . 



CEO. W. N EE'/ 1 b~ 
Pedagogy aad ^ 
'SADORE WILSON 

CLA «'"KL GARDNER, 
Mathematics 
J " ,j ^W:D WAGVER 

,ifcU ^5^S0N,Mu,i, 



Spiceland Academy. 

HISTORY. . 

, , . Aa-ufemV <» charge ot 1,r,,!n 
Spicclnnd Academy ■« the oldest h|jt Mst<)ry M , 

vcars. U to the control of bp ^ are selected by the 

b0lly «* ^ar,, oC »» ^ ilci)0 „ um , oual cone™., it to not sec 

trostees. While the »bo»r • -*V " cul , 3til>11 colture. Tee Bra. 

*f r «f? J 000 .odcata have received h— o ,» the 
Ac a,ic,ny. More . i, « ; ii!ademJ . 
achooUincc .ts organisation a 

? . eetitul and nourishing torn ol 

Spieeland Academy to located . ^ ,U. U 1 * 

Spiceland, * ^"7^ I L Pennsylvania Kailroad. 
W lWlroad,t»omiiesnorteof Dca e te, ^ 

TU c »U«* «• " the varioueaporte engaged in by the 

„„ic„ isalargecampua, «U Btted to 

8ludCntB ' BNT1UN015. olher 

., lime hot studeuts coming 
Students tnay enter at »> « 8tiltag their literary and moral 

Ind students classified accordingly. 




Remarks on the Course of Study. 



Higher classes in any of the work will be formed whenever there is suf. 
fieient demand, and tuition will oe charged at the same rate u > or £M 
year study. Satisfactory work in those studies may be subs ituted for 
work in the regular course at the discretion of the superintendent, 

The above course of study has been prepared with reference to he 

adopted throughout the state. oQ 
\t the close of tin- Winter term the memlnus or tue secona 

ENGLISH . 
Besides the usual word in English 
to English Composition, which 1 u chUT aL use of words, 

This consists of a study of Grammatical pur English and 
and kinds of composition, with practial exercises in 

, mPri ean Literature -^J-^^l rise and growth of the Eng- 
The work consists of a br et mst v and a 

liso language, history of the lives and mes of the cad g ^ ^ 

critical study of selections from their writing. Ibe 
for good literature. 

,. order to reeeive . a ^ -^»« 7^^" 

„ eg , . ml on 0*^1 ,„„ „ l|l0 role8 „, «,„. 

conjugation of vorhs »«•"■»•» y^M, »„cabolarv. The denvat.on 
attention and the requiring of a "»•««-> ia ,, nt - 

„( Bngli sn words is studied end ,„ .1, ad in v„t all 

reading and Utio ^'»'« ( ' If moans of 
the work fta Latin with a Uvmg apint that n > 
Uterarv culture as well, ^eould^p,,,,. 

Breathe wore in United 
thorough foundation is tad » Oe ner. W» g ^ 



The Academy in supphed with sufficient apparatus to be a valu h,1 
to he study of Natural Sciences . In Natural Philosophy the si ee s i 
Instrated by many simple pieces of apparatus, besides L air pump el c 
a n.ach.ne, batteries, etc. In Chemistry students do praS' £?E 
be Laboratory, which is well supplied with chemicals and apparatus for 
be analyse of unknown substances. Geo.ogy and Minero.ogy T r U 
e by , collect™ of more than twelve hundred specimens f presented to 
the Academy by the Alumni Ln Zoology and Botany, animals and lan 

a U e c I" 1,11,1 ° f « made prom 

Ln all the sciences objects are studied as much as possible. 

MATHEMATICS. 
The aim in this study is to introduce the indent to mathematical 
methods and to develop in him the power to reason clearly and ac urlteiy 
on any given problem. Algebra is studied throughout the rirst yea " ±e 

" """""" M " * * "» A^v. to »,d Tin this Z" 
NO it MA L DEPARTMENT 

The increasing demand for Normal work 

:^tzz?r M iM ■"■ - • v,,r, w„,, or 



■•■all Term | 


1st (irammitr 


1 1st Arithmetic 


1st (J. s History 


i Psychology 


Winter Term ; 


2 1 ill ( ; rainmar 


iiiul Arithmetic | 


yud U. S. History 


1 1st Geography 


Spring I'oriii I 


Method 


Heading ; 


Physiology 


2nd Geography 



I" the spring tern, elasaes w II he „rov d or , ' "° '° "'" «"""•• 

work, and Un those who have done „ „ ' , " " le • N " nual 

for the third to™, wor* H*1Z "Z 7« i'""/ ' '"*'" 

ehology and Method „, v he had n! the Ipril^'™ ^ ^ 

Inspection of the following schedule of nin c„ n 

meat of the work throughout the year reVGrtl tb ° 



8 



CATALOGUE OF SPIOELAND ACADEMY. 



Term : PALL, ; 


WINTER 


! 


SPRING 




! Gr.uuuKir 
; 1st 


■'nil ; 


; Grammar 
! 2ml 


Method 


:' U "ist r i 


"and F 


Method 


I A;rtVhiiii!tii! 

: 1st 


Ar'metio ; 

!imi : 


; Ai'ltlmirtlc : 

: iiui : 


Koiulilih' 


; Ar'liui'u ! 
: ist : 


Ar'hiu'e ; 
Slid 


Ituil'illiK 


1 U. s Hist 

: ist 


U. S. Hist : 
2nd ; 


; U. S History 

: 2nd : 


phvsibiogy 


; US ilia : 

: ist : 


U.S. Hist 
2nd 


Phys'y 


! Ps\ehoioi?y; Geograp'v ! 

: : ist : 


Geography 

1st 


Geography 
tsat ', 


; Psye'lKy : 


Qeosr'p'y 

1st 


Geoc'y 
; 2nd 



It is not the purpose of High Schools lo give students a teacher's 
knowledge of the legal branches. It. however, is known that many high 
school graduates desire to teach for a period of time. This course of Nor- 
mal work is especially fitted for this class of students, and for student; hav- 
ing graduated from the Common Schools, who wish to get more comprehen- 
sive knowledge of the legal branches, and learn correct methods of teach, 
ing them. Sufficient Psychology. Pedagogy and .Method will he given to 
make work characteristically professional. The purpose of this department 
Cannot lie better stated than by saying it is to give students a teachei's 
knowledge of the legal branches, Psychology and Method. 

In the Normal course it is not intended to conduct a scheme of cram 
tiling for examination but it is our intention to help teachers in their schools 
quite as much as to aid them to get licenses. 

The addition to work in the Normal Department will in no way inter- 
fere with the regular Academic Course Work will be so arranged that stu. 
dents who desire to take part Academic work and part Normal work will be 
conveniently accommodated. 

Prof. G. W Neet, the Superintendent of the Academy forl89G-97, is 
a graduate of the Indiana Stale Normal, lias had the advantage of a course 
of instruction in Indiana University, is well experienced in Public and 
High School work, and also in Normal Institute work. He will be aided in 
this department by an able assistant so that we can confidently recommend 
the advantages which Spiceland oilers to all students who desire to lit them- 
selves lor teaching. 

R ATMS OK TUITION. 

Grammar School, 75 cents per week. High School — tirst year, 20 
cents per weerf per subject. High School — second jear, 22\ cents per week 
per subject. High School — third year, ICU cents per week per subject. 
Normal and Review classes, $1.00. Commercial Department, $1.00. 

Tuition is due at the opening of each term, and settlement must be 
made with either the treasurer or superintendent, before students may en- 
ter upon their term's work. No deduction will be made for absence after 
enrollment, except in cases of protracted ill health. In event of sickness 
notice must, in all cases, be given of the withdrawal of the pupil, as no de- 
duction will be made until this is done. 

LITERARY NX EMC IS US. 

Resides the work of the Literary Society connected with the school, lit- 
erary exercises will be expected of students in all grades both in class work 



9 



CATALOGUE OP SPIOELAND ACADEMY. 



and before the whole school. Care is used that students may learn the art 
o composition and public del.very To this end, public exercises are occa- 
ffcZ! Iield to commemorate some author or well known h.stoncal event- 
Essays and declamation area part of the regular school work. 

LIBRARIES. 

. Four sets of Encyclopedias are in the school rooms, and these with the 
Dictionaries and numerous reference books are tor the free use of all 
The cm re three libraries in connection with the school, which contain about 
TwoLTslS volumes; two of then belonging to the Literary Societies and 
the other to the Academy Association. Additions are made each year. 

ROAHD1NG. 

The citizens of Spiceland have always given the students a hearty wel- 
wmi by receiving them in their homes. It is the intention to offer students 
the advantage of a thorough education for a small outlay of money. The 
!« „f hoarding when everything is furnished is $3.00 per week. Rooms 
eUlWT furnished or unfurnished can be rented by those who board them- 
selves, and the cost of living reduced lo a very small sum. 

LECTURES; 

Students have the opportunity to hear g 1 lectnies at a small expense 

Lectures on various subjects are given throughout the year by able lectur 
ers. Arrangements are ma -c b> which such lectures are pract.callj free 
to students. 

GENERAL ITEMS. 

Tlu verumcntof the school is based upon the idea that manhood is 

more than scholarship, that self respect and self control on the part o the 
Ht ,,d,,,t are important factors in the formation of character. Greater stress 
inlaid upon the thoroughness of instruction and accuracy of knowledge 
than upon rapidity of advancement. 

A daily class record of the work of each pupil is kept. I his record and 
Uie dual 'examination determine the recorded grade. Students whose daily 
class work is !l.r, per cent., with atlcuh.nccappliealion and deporltner t equally 
good, may be excused from examination. _ 

For man 3 >cars the health of students has been uniformly good. I here 
is probably no healthier locality in the state 

The Friends and Methodists both hold religious serv.ces on the Sab- 
bath and each maintains a Sabbath School. A society of Y. P. S. C. K. 
meets each Sabbath evening, and students are welcomed to its meetings. 

A sufficient number of tea. hers is constantly employed, so that large 
classes may be. avoided, and students may receive personal allent.on dnr. 
lim the recitation. - 

Expenses are as low as at any other school affording equal advantages. 
The managers of the school are very careful to make this an institu- 
tion in which su.dents who are away from home and tts restraints, wdl be 
surrounded by good, moral influence, ami in this they have the co opera- 
tion of the citizens of the village. 



There are no beer, liquor or billiard ealoane in the village 
No student whose iaLnee i. known to have a corrupt,n g tendency W.U 
he retained in the school. wpL()MA _ 

Students whose conduct is exemplary, and who complete the course : of 
study and prepare and deliver a suitable Hterary ,ro ducu o w 
ished a diploma, signed by the mstructors and the pres.dent 
truatees. 



LIST OF PUPILS. 

Seniors. 



Cora Hudson s , .Spicoland 

Clara White Raysville 

Elsie Hudelson Ogden 

Anna Morris Lincolnville 

Pearl SI. James " 



Mabel Newhy Spiceland 

Theresa Wildman " 

Willie Carson 

Koscoe Ed wards Snyder 

Nora Griffin Spiceland 



Juniors. 



lion Icy Synions Spiceland 

Charley Smith Mt. Summitt 

Waller Painter Spiceland 

Oscar Smith Selma, Ohio 

M i n nic Strattan Spiceland 

Elva Hudson " 

Lois Henley " 

Leoti Applegatc ■• 

Gertrude Kirk " 



Carrie Black New Castle 

Ethel Rifner Spiceland 

Clvde Sissoti 11 

Tear! Millikan •' 

Floy Hudelson " 

Mil) me Stafford «• 

Bertha Charles 

Hal tie Tour «• 



First Year. 



Bertha Lawrence Spiceland 

Cora Charles " 

Bessie Huisley 

Cora Smith Springport 

Jeanctte Gordon Spiceland 

Clint iVundy " 

Merrill Stafford Greensboro 

Emory Rat I iff Cadiz 



James Holtsclaw Spiceland 

Bertha Pearson " 

Pearl Symons 

Debbie Eowards 

Gertrude Seaford •• 

Lewis Smith Selma, Ohio 

Cecil Newby Spiceland 

Bavis Nay Dunreith 



Irregular. 



Fannie Hayes Kn'mhtbtovvn 

Walter Collin Spiceliind 

Irene Deem 

Kay Carson " 

Willie Ratlin* " 

Maud Baker " 

Maud Elliott " 

Homer White Dunreith 

Roliin James Wabash 

Addie Edwards Spiceland 



Ernest A pplogato ■' 

Harry Elliott " 

Grace Giles Anderson 

Kuth Cory '• 

Laura Painter Spiceland 

Oh do Fierce " 

Mary Lawrence " 

Lizzie Hardy Markleville 

Mary Taylor Spiceland 

Zella Gordon 



I 



Normal Students. 



Claud Wright Spiceland 

Mattie Moore " 

Augustu Harvey Springport 

Maggie Brown Cadiz 

Samuel Harlan Spit-eland 

Ida Hollo way " 

Ailegra Fraizer Sulphur Springs 

Arthur Brown Middleiown 

Joseph L. Allen Raysvillo 

D. 11. Fraizer Sulphur Springs 

Thomas Ball Spiceland 

Moliii Brenuernan New Castle 

Emma Reeder Greensboro 

Edgar Cox Spiceland 

Edna Pickering Newcastle 

Jesse Berry Ogden 

Howard Bundy. . . Spiceland 

Edward R Price 

John Tully Mechanicsburg 

Milton Addison " 

Aukah Beavers Newcastle 

Webster Carr Mechanicsburg 

Oscar Carr Micldletown 



Allie Gray Spiceland 

Emory Hanson Dalton 

Howard La Rue Spiceland 

A. J. La Rue 

Pearl Moffett Knightstown 

Fauny Mitchell " 

Flem Maddy Cadiz 

Julia Mowrey Cross Roads 

John A.Miller Spiceland 

W. B McCormack " 

Last a New Noithlield 

Georgia Richy Newcastle 

Lelia Smith Soring port 

Bessie Straugh Sulphur Springs 

Emma Seaford Spiceland 

Bert Whitworth Sulphur Springs 

Charles Weeks Newcastle 

Joe Wilkinson Markleville 

May Wilkinson Newcastle 

Laura Wisehart Mechanicsburg 

Maud Wildman Spiceland 

Leora Jessup '■ 

Leonia Beach '■ 



Summary. 

HIGH SCHOOL. 



Seniors 10 

Juniors 17 

First Year 10 

Irregular 20—03 

Normal Department 40 — 46 

Total 109 



Graduates. 

i 

i — 



1870. 

tt Pook Muscatine, Iowa. 
jK.^ubbs, Omaha, Nebraska. 

1871. 

Walter D. Jone , Dayton, Ohio. 
*A)vin H. Jenkins. 
*L Mac-y Good, 
p R Dixon, Carlisle, u. 
S G Boone. YpsUanta Mid i. 

Dallas Sisson, ^.^ iJ;, Newcastle 

Mary Ha lengor ( ; t. U > ). 

1,1,1 

1872. 

"obertG. Mitchell, Pao.hcGu.v,, Cat. 
1873. 

*s-idie D Talbert (Wright). 
Aanln B. Bell, Be* Oak, Iowa. 
*,T Tilman Hutchi.is 

1874. 

MS?— V 

D C Mitchel, Spiceland, lnd. 

1875. 

irvin Stanley, Beloit, Kan 
1877. 

Milton Roberts, OUuinwa, la. 

1878. 

1879. 

K«S,&, Oregon. 



1830. 

J B1 (M Cloud. »=>'™>°W nd - 
' il'i Mav Roberts, 

1881. 

j Oscar It. Baker, Winchester, lnd. 
Lcorrie Bogue. . ons hip t Paraeon. 

* Jesse St rat ton. 

1882. 

* Arthur H. Ba)iey. 1(lk . t( , wllj ln d 
J „.SVb!. ueNewUn! Indianapolis. 

u e li Dickinson, Sp.celancl. 
C VarLNewlm,lnoianapoUs. 

1883. 

M,ni Hudelson Foster, Wash I). C. 
rSKiS H :! tlHT,Jair ; n r unr nd 

1884. 

V liam Julian, M'n.icn Neb- 
diaries New by. Chicago, 111. 

1885. 

MarvL Brown Pennington Spiceland. 
Allied Y. King Weaver I ul. 
Oliver C- Steele, Spiceland. 

188(1. 

I, Winnie Bailey, Spiceland. 

«»; w. 

^ u 

* lohn L. McNew. 
Russell RatlilT. Marion, Lnd. 

1887. 

A j:UevCo.U.on,llarlem,Mont. 

1 I iv'zie S Hiatt, Spice and. 
^Abr m Millar, Kenned Ind. 
| Bert. Smith, Zionsville, lnd. 



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1888. 

Elioda Ballcnger Cunningham, Bedford 

Hannah Brown Stribbling, Dexter, la. 

Oryntha Brown Jester, Paton, la. 

Jessie Butler, Lewisville, Ind. 

John C. Cook, Spieeland. 

Cb.ra G. Edwards, Spieeland. 

Elva Elliott Corn pton, Harlem. Mont. 

Aehsah E. Ratclin", Newcastle, J nil 

II II. Ilatclifl, Spieeland. 

H II. Rayl 

Charles L. Stubbs " 

J. A. Greenstreet, Newcastle. 

1889. 

Laura Benedict, Springport, Ind. 
Blanch Braddock New. Greenlield, Ind. 
Frank Copeland, Dunreith, Ind. 
Estella Deem, Spieeland. lad, 
Lawrence Gardner, Spieeland, Ind. 
Gertrude Gordon Genaux, Lima, Ohio. 
Sue Griffin Evans, Mt. Sumniitt, Ind. 
O. is Stubbs, Lewisville, Ind. 
Maiy White, Pasadena, Gal 

1890. 

L Etta Butler, Lewisville, Ind. 
Elmer Deem, Spieeland. 
Edwin B. Ratclitf, Spieeland 
Bennie Strattan " 
S. E. Stubbs 

1891. 

Ethel M Copeland, Chicago, 111, 
Louie Edmund son Poe, Spieeland. 
Manrine Gardner " 
Charles N. Hardy, Markleville, Ind. 
O Al ice Iliatt, El wood, Ind. 
Ernest Sisson, Spieeland. 
Ad'red H Symons, Hagerstowii, Ind. 
Mitry M. Tens, Irvinglon, Ind. 
Charles Titus, Warrington, Ind. 
Herbert I). Woodard, Fountain City. 



1892. 

Jesse S. Bailey, Indianapolis. 
Clara Brown, Spieeland. 
Warren T. Evans, Minneapolis, Minn. 
John B. Grcenstreet, Lewisville. Ind. 
W innie Hinshaw Milligan Winchester. 
David N. Kemp, Kempton, Ind. 
Alice C. Lawrence, Spieeland. 
Estella Symons " 
Alvin Ulrieli, Greensboro, Ind. 

1893. 

Oscar Bogue, Spieeland. 

Estella Charles " 

Floyd Hill, Pasaden::, Cal. 

Arthur Holloway, Spieeland. 

Leora Jessup, Westland, Ind. 

John Miller, Spieeland. 

Olen Payne " 

Lena Kaylo " 

George Smith. Greensboro Ind. 

Orville White, Galena, 111. 

1894. 

Minnie Black Moore, Alburqurque.N.M. 

Bessie I. Brown, Spieeland. 

Clarence V. Hall 

Horace Hardy, Markleville, Ind. 

Ida Holloway, Spieeland. 

Arlie Hood " " 

Bertha Jessup, Clay Center, Neb. 

Elma Lawrence, Spieeland. 

Frank Pitts, Carthage, Ind. 

Maude M. SehaiTer, Newcastle. Ind. 

Osear F. Symons, Spieeland. 

1895. 

Clarence Painter, Spieeland. 
Mabel Wright " 
Edgar Cox " 
Nellie Ratcliff 
Howard Henley " 
Maude Wildman " 
Frank FIndelson 
Pearl M< ITctt 
^Deceased. 



Henry County Republican and Daily Press Print. 



CATALOGUE 



* * # 



OF THE 
OFFICERS 

STUDENTS O^ 



SPICELAND * * * 



5PICELRND, HENRY rOUNTY, [ NDIftN fl, 



For the Academic Year 



1896-7. 



Board of Trustees of Spiceland Academy. 



This School has been legally incorporated by the Society of Friends and 
is under the care of the following Board of Trustees: 

Edwin Hall, Pres. j Samantha Henley Sec. 

Wm, H. Coffin. Mattie S. Chaki.es Treas. 

Daniel Lawrence. Tekmell Wilson. 



CALENDER 1897-8. 



First term opens Monday, Sept. 6, 1897. 

First term ends Friday, Dec. 24, 1897. 

Second term opens Monday, Jan. 3, 1898. 

Second term ends Friday, March 25, 1898. 

Third term opens Tuesday, April 5, 1898. 

Third term ends Friday, June 24, 1898. 



Instructors 1896-07. 



GEO. W. NEET, Superintendent, 
Pedagogy and Latin. 
IS ADORE WILSON. 
History and Literature. 

CLARIBEL GARDNER,' 
Mathematics. 

W. M. TIMMONS, 

Normal Department and Science. 

BELLE WILSON. Music. 

Instructors 1897-98. 

GEO. W. NEET, Superintendent, 
Pedagogy and Science. 
IS ADORE WILSON, 
History, Latin and Literature. 
W. M. TIMMONS, 
Mathematics. 



Normal Department. 

BELLE WILSON, Music. 



Spiceland Academy. 



HISTORY. 

PICELAN1) ACADEMY is the oldest Academy in charge of Friends 
in Indiana. It was chartered as an Academy in 1H70 but its 
history as a Friends school is much older than this, dating- back for more 
than sixty years. It is under the control of .Spiceland Monthly meeting, by 
which body the board of trustees is appointed. The teachers are selected 
by the trustees. While the school is under denominational control, it !s nut 
sectarian in the least; its foundation rests upon Christian culture. Tin- 
first class was graduated in 1870, and 176 have received diplomas from the 
Academy. More than 3,000 students have received instruction in the school 
since its organization as an Academy. 

LOCATION. 

Spiceland Academy is located in the beautiful and flourishing town of 
Spiceland, Indiana, in the southern pari of Henry county, on the L. E. & W. 
Railroad, two miles north of Dunreith, on the Pennsylvania Railroad. Flic 
buildings are situated in the midst of a beautiful grove, adjoining which is 
a large campus, well lifted for the various spurts engaged in by the students. 

ENTRANCE. 

Students may enter at any time, but students coming from other schools 
are required to bring certificates stating their literary and moral standing 
In the absence of approved certificate, examinations will be held and stu- 
dents classified accordingly. 




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Remarks on the Course of Study. 

IGHER classes in any of the work will bo formed whenever there is. 
sufficient demand, and tuition will be charged at the same rate as for 
a third year study. Satisfactory work in those studies may be substituted 
for work in the regular course at the discretion of the Superintendent; 

The above course of study has been prepared with reference to the 
needs of those students who do not expect to pursue a college course, but de- 
sire to acquire a knowledge of those branches which will fit them for active 
life. Special, attention, howkvkk, is givtn to prepahino stud nts for 
COLLKGK, and third year work in Latin, Mathematics and other subjects will 
be given when a sufficient number of pupils desire it. Students are urged to 
take a college course, and they will be admitted to any of the leading col- 
leges in Indiana without examination. 

The course of study in the Grammar School is in harmony with that 
adopted throughout the state. 

i 

At the close of the winter term the members of the second high school 
class hold an exhibition, for which each member prepares an essay, oration 
or declamation, and the public speakers are chosen from the number. 

ENGLISH. 

Besides the usual work in English Grammar, special attention is paid 
to Knglish composition, which is preparatory to the work in Rhetoric This 
consists of a study of grammatical purity, choice and use of words, and 
kinds of composition, with practical exercises in each. English and Ameri- 
can Literature receive careful attention. 

The \vor'< consists of a brief history of the rise and growth of the Eng- 
lish language, history of the lives and times of the leading authors and a 
critical study of selections from their writing The aim is to create a \aste 
for good literature. 

LATIN. 

In order to receive a diploma a student must have two years' work in 
Latin, or. in special cases equivalents may be taVen to tit the student for 
college. Thorough drill on the declension of nouns, adjectives and the con- 
jugation of verbs is given, also on the application of the rules of construc- 
tion and the acquiring of a considerable vocabulary. The derivation of 
English words is studied, and in the advance work exercises in sight-read- 
ing and Latin composition are given. It is the purpose to invest all the 
work in Latin with a living spirit that it may be a means of genuine literary 

culture as well as of mental discipline. 

HISTORY. 

Besides the wor in United States history in the grammar school, a 



CATALOGUE OK S1MCELAND ACADEMY. 



7. 



SCIENCE. 

T 1 ,eAca<R.n,yi» S .. m lie.twi.h«.,.Hcie,..a,,,ar ; .t..»tol..a valuable a.d 

„ t" ?i , r , ;; > • ... 

all the sciences objects are macli a, poss.blc. 

MATHEMATICS. 
_, . ,„ „,:, , t „dv is to introduce the student, to mathemat.cal 

jzz z zz - — - «~ r r::r:; y ,;;: 

rU g w.. „o.,.c,„. Algebra .. -oa^tt a « ; y r 

tZ six-incb telescope bc,„„ B s totbe Academy -tjW » «» 
NORMAL DEPARTMENT. 

Eor several vears past special arrangements have been made to give 

during the Spring term. A special themselves 
and many students of this and adjoining counties have 

° f T„~^, ^mand for Normal work and for a more extended course 
during the Spring term ha, induced the board to a d a 
Normal department that provides for a full years work of three 

follows: 



follows: 

Kali Turin 


1st Grammar 


1st Arithmetic 


1st U S History 


Psychology 


Winter Term 


2nd Grammar 


2nd Arithmetic 


2nd U S History 


1st Geography 


Spring INsrm 


Method 


Reading 


Ph ysiology 


2nd Geography 
,,f rontinttinir 



U. « Un. Ca.sscs.UI ,, '^^jt t^SX" 
,„c work tl>r„a B ho,t1 the year. I l.aao » « "™ ' lcr lcrnl . ta ,h classes 
.ircdy done one term's Normal wort. 1 m »g » .« \ ; , n 

„.„„ s started in tin J* ^^ « - 

the Spring term classes will tie pro. 



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work, and for those who have done one term's work, and for those ready for 
the third term's work. It is thus seen that all the legal branches, Psychol- 
ogy and Method may be had in the spring term. 

Inspection of the following schedule of classes will reveal the arrange- 
ment of the work throughout the year: 



Term 


PALL, 


WINTER. 


SPRING. 




Grammar | Grammar 
1st | 2nd 


Grammar | Method 
2nd | 2nd 


Gram'r | Gram'r | Method 
1st | 2nd | 




Arithmetic | Arithmetic 
1st | 2nd 


Arithmetic | Heading 
2nd | 


Arith'tc | Arith'tc | Reading 
1st | 2nd | 




U S History | U S History 
1st j 2nd 


U S History | Physiology 
2nd | 


U S Hist | U S Hist ; Phys'y 
1st | 2nd | 




Psychology | Geography 
1 1st 


Geography | Geography 
1st | 2nd 


Psyc'gy | Geog'y | Geog'y 
I 1st | 2nd 



It is not the purpose of High vSchools to give students a teachers knowl- 
edge of the legal branches. It, however, is known that many high school 
graduates desire to teach for a period of time. This course of Normal work 
is especially fitted for this class of students, and for students having gradu- 
ated from the Common Schools, who wish to get more comprehensive knowl- 
edge of the legal branches, and learn correct methods of teaching them. 
Sufficient Pychology, Pedagogy and method will be given to make work 
characteristically professional. The purpose of this department cannot be 
better stated than by saying it is to give students a teacher's knowledge of 
the legal branches, Pychology, and Method. 

In the normal course it is not intended to conduct a scheme of cramming . 
for examination but it is our intention to help teachers in their schools quite 
as much to aid them to get licenses. 

The addition to work in the Normal department will in no way interfere 
with the regular Academic Course. Work will be so arranged that students 
who desire to take part Academic work and part Normal work will be con- 
veniently accommodated. 

Prof (r. W. Neet, the Superintendent of the Academy for 1896-7, is a 
graduate of the Indiana State Normal, has had the advantage of a course of 
instruction in Indiana University, is well experienced in Public and High 
School work, and also in Normal Institute work. He will be aided in this de- 
partment by an able assistant so that we can confidently recommend the ad- 
vantages which Spiceland offers to all students who desire to tit themselves 
for teaching. 

RATES OF TUITION. 

Grammar school, 75 cents per week. High school - first year, 20 cents 
per week per subject. High school— second year, 22>£ cents per week per 
subject. High school - third year. 3314 cents per week per subject. Normal 



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9. 



and Review classes. $1.00. Commercial department, SI .00. 

Tuition is due at the opening of eac^i term, and settlement must be made 
with either the treasurer or superintendent, before students may enter upon 
their term's work. No deduction will be made for absence after enrollment, 
except in casesof protracted ill health. In event of sickness notice must, m 
all cases, be given of the withdrawal of the pupil, as no deduction Will be 

made until this is done. 

LITERARY EXERCISES 

Besides the work of the Literary Society connect >d with the school, liter- 
ary exercises will be expected of students in all grades both in class work 
and before the whole school. Care is used that students may learn the art 
of composition and public delivery. To this end, public exercises are occa- 
sionally held to commemorate some author or well known historical event. 
Essays and declamation area a part of the regular school work. 

LIBRARIES. 

Four sets of Encyclopedias are iu the school rooms, and these with the 
Dictionaries and numerous reference books are for the free use of all. There 
are three libraries in connection with the school, which contain about two 
thousand volumes; two of them In-longing to the Literary Soctet.es and 
the other to the Academy Association. Additions are made each year. 

BOARDING. 

The citizens of Spiceland have always given the students a hearty wel- 
come bv receiving them in their homes. It is the intention to ofTer students 
the advantage of a thorough education for a small outlay of money. The 
cost of boarding when everything is furnished is S3. 00 a week. Rooms 
either furnished or unfurnished can be rented by those who board them- 
selves, and the cost of living reduced to a small sum. 

LECTURES. 

Students have the opportunity to hear good lectures at a small expense. 
Lectures on various subjects are given throughout the year by able lectur- 
ers. Arrangements are made by which such lectures are practically free to 
students. 

GENERAL ITEMS 

The government of the school is based upon the idea that manhood is 
more than scholarship, that self respect and self control on the part of the 
student are important factors in the formation of character. Greater stress 
is laid upon the thoroughness of instruction and accuracy of knowledge 
than upon rapidity of advancement. 

A daily class record of the work of each pupil is kept. This record and 
the final examinat ion determine the recorded grade. Students whose daily 
class work is 95 per cent., with attendance, application and deportment. 



to. 



equally good, may bo excused from examination. 

For many years the health of students has been uniformly good. There 
is probably no healthier locality in the state. 

The Friends and Methodists both hold religious services on the Sabbath 
and each maintains a Sabbath school. A society of Y. P. S. C. E. meets 
each Sabbath evening-, and students are welcomed to its meeting's. 

A sufficient number of teachers is constantly employed, so that large 
classes may be avoided, and students may receive personal attention during 
the recitation. 

Expenses are as low as at any other school affording equal advantages. 

The managers of the school are very careful to make this an institute in 
which students who are away from home and its restraints, will be sur- 
rounded by good, moral influence, and in this they have the co-operation of 
the citizens of the village. 

There are no beer, liquor or billiard saloons in the village. 

No student whose influence is known to have a corrupting tendency will 
be retained in the school. j 

DIPLOMA. 

Students whose conduct is exemplary, and who complete the course of 
study and prepare and deliver a suitable literary production, will be fur- 
nished a diploma, signed by the instructors and the president of the board 
trustees. 



CA 



TALOC.UK OF Sl'lCEbAND ACADEMY. 



LIST OF PUPILS 



SENIORS 



Leotie Applegate, Spiceland. 

ElvaM. Hudson, Spiceland. 

Lois M. Henley, 

t-> -^xi^irim . ■ ■ Dimreith. 
Fannie Hayes, 

Floy Hudelson, Ogden. 

JosieB. Harlan,:: D ana ' 

Jessie Leakey, New Lisbon. 



p e: ul Mlllikan Spiceland. 

Ethel Ri fner •• 

May me Stafford, 

Clyde Sisson 

Minnie Strattoti 

Charlie Smith Mt. Summit. 

Irving White .Lewisville. 



JUNIORS. 



Spiceland. 



Clifford Applegate, . . . 

James Holsclaw, 

Bessie Haisley 

B avis Nay, 

Emory Ratcliff, CatUss - 



.Dimreith. 



Gertrude Seaford Spiceland. 

Pearl Symons , 

Merritt Stafford 

Cora E. Smith, Springport. 



FIRST YEAR 



Anderson, Spiceland. 



Pearl 

Connie Griffin, 
George Holtsc 
Edna Harvey, . 



Osrden. 



law Spiceland 



Walter M. Pierce, 
Orabell Shaffer . . , 
Pernia Thornbtirg, 



.New Castle. 
. .Spiceland. 



IRREGULARS 



Jesse Allen, °^ en ' 

Ira Bell, Spiceland. 

Walter Coffin, Spiceland. 

Florence Camplin Greensboro. 

Bertha M. Charles, Spiceland. 

Cora Charles, 

Harry Elliott Richmond. 

Homer Eastridge, Spiceland. 

Martin Gottfreid, Hagerstown. 

Tom M. Hardy, Markleville. 

Lizzie Hardy 

Carrol Hall Spiceland. 

Lillian Hayes • Hunreith. 

Lawrence Bertha Spiceland. 

Maud Meckel, 



Pearl Griffin Spiceland. 

Jennie Rifner, 

Jessie Wright, •• Greensboro. 

Mary Bailey Knightstown. 

Bertha B..wles Raleigh. 

Clint Bundy,. Spiceland. 

Edgar Bazzle, 

Carrie Black New Castle. 

Maud Elliott, Richmond. 

Grace Hiatt Spiceland. 

Bessie McBride, 

Ruby <). Kelley 

BertHa Pearson Spiceland. 

Michael Painter Middletown. 

Grace Seaford Spiceland. 



Greei^boro. 



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IRREGULARS. 

(CONTINUED.! 



Claude Hammer, Ingalls., Kansas. 

Mayme Bayse, Greensboro. 

Blanche Sisson, Spiceland. 

Mike Swallow, " 

Tackett Carrie, 

Lane Alva, " 

Gletidora Parrish, " 

Walter Risk 



Lela Smith, Spring-port. 

Thomas Taylor, spiceland. 

Mattie Trice, 

Claude Wright, 

Chester Bovvers, " 

Cecil Newby, " 

Laura Painter, " 

W. S. Painter, " 



NORMAL STUDENTS. 



Maud I II rich Greensboro 

Lewis 10. Ulrich, Mooreland. 

Mont Woods Kennard;. 

C. A. Weller, Alamo. 

Laura Wisehart Mechanicsbttrg. 

B. F. Wisehart, 

Vaughn Wimmer, New Castle. 

F. L. Wilson, Ogden. 

Oneida Recce, Spiceland. 

Jo Wilkinson, Markleville 

Theresa Wildman Riclimond 

Milton Addison, Mechanicsburg-. 

Howard Bundy, Spiceland. 

Willie Carson, 

Orville Craig New Castle 

Porter Cooper, Middletown. 

Jno F. Carr, " " 

H. H. B. Evans, New Castle. 

Roscoe Edwards, Snyder. 

Nora Griffin, Spiceland. 

ICC. Hartley, Euray. 

Elmer Hardy, Markleville. 



Noah Hamilton, Maple Valley. 



Clyde Hardesty, . . 

Daisy Hiatt, 

Elsie Henshaw, . . 
May Hershberger, 
Harlcy Holaday, . . 



Millville. 

.... Spiceland. 

.... Kennard. 

Millville. 

. . . . Mooreland. 



E. M. Inclenrock Anderson. 

Clara Jackson, Snyder. 

Gertrude Kirk, Spiceland. 

W. H. LiiRtie, 

Aubert Meredith, Lewisville. 

Flem Maddy, Cadiz.. 

Mabel Newby, :.. Spiceland. 

R. E. Price Straughn. 

Jesse L. Replogle, Hagerstown. 

Jon L. Replogle " " 

H. B. Roberts, Kennard. 

Emma SeaforU, Spiceland. 

Bessie Strough, Sulphur Spring's. 

Euolia C. Shepley, Ogden. 

Mary Taylor, Spiceland. 

Jno. A 'fully, Mechanicsburg; 



SUMMARY. 

Seniors 14 

Juniors 9 

First Year 7 

Irregular 4(> 

Normal Department 44 



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13. 



GRADUATES. 



1870. 

*Eli U. Cook, Muscatine, Iowa. 
John J. Stubbs, Omaha, Nebraska. 

1871. 

Walter D. Jones, Dayton, Ohio. 
*Alvin H. Jenkins. 
•I. Macy Good. 

C. R. Dixon. Lawrence, Kan. 

R. G Boone, Ypsilauti, Midi. 

Dallas Sisson, Spiceland, laA. 

Marv Ballenger 'llarnard;, New Castle. 

Louisa Wiekersham, Lewisville, Ind. 

Lida Edwards Saint), New Castle, lnd. 
187*. 

Lindley 11. Johnson, Duitreith, Did. 
David Henley, Spiceland, Ind. 
Jacob Hill, Pasadena, Cal. 
Henry W. Painter, Spiceland, Did. 
Robert G. Mitchell, Pacific Grove, Cal. 
1873. 

"Sadie D. Talbeit (Wright.) 

Aaron 11. Hell, Ked Oak, Iowa. 
*J. Tilnian lltilchins. 

John Pennington, Ml. Pleasant, Ohio. 

Mary Stubbs (Painter:, Spiceland, Ind. 

Nathan Williams, Oswego, Kan. 

Carrie Talbert, (Newby), Witchita, Kan. 
1874. 

Alice Collin, Russell, St. Louis, Mo. 
Elvira Spencer llarrold, Indianapolis, Did. 
J. P. Edwards, Spiceland, Did. 
William S. Moffit, Greensboro. 
Edwin O. Kennard, Pasadena, Cal. 
Nathan Rosenberger, Muscatine, Iowa. 
W. E. Jackson, Knightown, Ind, 
D. C. Mitchell, Spiceland, Ind. 

187".. 

\V W. Gregg, Chicago, Ills. 
Wm. Pidgeon, Washington, Kan. 
Irviii Stanley. Retail, Kan. 

1877. 

Milton Roberts, Ottumwa, la. 

1 878 

S Ella RogilC thtKWU Danville, Va. 
Hclle Cham hers Esles, ( 1 rand forks, N. D. 
J IMiikiu-v Mitchell, Fresno, Cal. 
Thomas Mitchell, Knightslown, Ind. 
Flora Moore Brady, Indianapolis, Ind. 
John O. Heed, East Saginaw, Mich. 
Wm. S Neaford, Spiceland, Did. 



Fannie Thornbnrg Parsons, Oak Park. UK 
1870. 

Jay A. Buck, Muncie, Ind. 

Carrie Goodwin Jeffrey, New Castle, Did. 

Thomas Newlin, Nc.wberg, Oregon. 

1880. 

J. EdgarCloud, Richmond, Did. 
Win. N. Lamb, Vacaville, Cal. 
Mattie Lamb Oiitland, Amboy, Ind. 
Ada Grace Murphey, New Castle, Ind. 
Emma Belle Roberts, Sun R.vcr, Mont. 
Ida May Roberts, Sun River, Mont. 
Prank S\m<>u>, Portland, Me. 

Lan.iraT.uebl Kellum, Frie..d S wood. 

1 8S1 . 

Oscar R. Baker. Winchester, Did. 
"Corrie Rogue. 

Minnie Benedict Blankenslnp, Paragon. 

Carrie Unthank Kellum. Indianapolis. 
*Jesse Stratum. 

188'2. 

" Arthur II. Bailey, 
j Newton Barnard, Middletown, Ind. 
Harriet Rogue Newlin, Indianapolis. 
Hattie 15. Dickinson, Chicago, HI- 
Charles Newlin, Indianapolis. 

1883. 

Anna Hudelson Foster. Washington, D. C. 
Rylaud Ratliff, Eairmount, 1ml. 
Julia Stafford Newby, Greensboro Ind. 
Emily Weeks, Mechanicsburg, Did. 

1881. 

*CoraKirk. . 
Ella Strattau Hudson, Spiceland. 
Virginia Griffin Cory, Dun reith, Ind . 
Isadora Hall Wilson, Spiceland. 
! William Julian. Minden, Neb. 
! Charles Newby, Chicago, III. 

1885. 

Mary L. Brown Pennington, Spiceland. 
Alfred Y. King, Weaver, lnd. 
Oliver C. Steele, Spiceland. 

1 8SC>. 

] ( . Winnie Bailey, Spiceland. 
Mattie E Brown, 
Richard Broadbeut, Elwood, Ind. 
Elbert (IrilV.ii, 

AlonzoC. Ilodson. Spiceland. 
"John L. MeNew. 
Russell Ratliff, Marion, Did. 



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CATALOGUE OF SPICELAND ACADEMY. 



1887. 

Herbert T. Bailey, Spiceland. 
Clarence H. Beard, New Castle. 
Anna K. Bogue, Shaffer, Spiceland. 
Lindley Campion, Tomah, Wis.. 
Lizzie S. Hiatt, Omaha, NeU. 
Abram Miller, Kenitard, Ind. 
Bert Smith, Kionvillc, Ind. 

18S8. 

Rhoda Ballenger Cunningham, Indianapolis. 

Hannah Brown St ribbing, Dexter, la. 

Oryntha Brown Jester, Paton, la. 

Jessie Butler, Lewisville, Ind. 

John C. Cook, Greensboro. 

Clara G. Edwards Knight, St. Louis, Mo. 

Elva Elliot! Compton, Toina. Wis. 

Achsah E. Rat cliff, New Castle, Ind. 

11. II. Ratcliff, Spiceland. 

H. II Ray I, 

Charles Stubbs, " 

J. A. Greenstreel, New Castle. 

1889. 

Laura Benedict, Springport, Ind. 
Blanch Braddock New, Greenfield, Ind. 
Frank Cojx-laud, Durirrith, Ind. 
Estella Deem, Spiceland, Ind. 
Lawrence Gardner, Spiceland, Ind. 
Gertrude Gordon Cenatix, Spiceland, Ind. 
Sue Griffin Evans, Mt Summit, Ind. 
Olis Stubbs, Lewisville, Ind. 
Mary White, Pasadena, Cal. 

1890. 

L. Etta Butler, Lewisville, Ind. 
Elmer Deem, Spiceland, Ind. 
Edwin B. Ratcliff, •' 
Bonnie Stmt tan, " " 
S. E. Stubbs, Wilkinson, Ind. 

1 891 . 

Ethel M. Copeland, Chicago, HI. 
Louie Edmundsou Poe, Spiceland. 
Matirine Gardner, " 
Charles N. Hardy, M.trkleville, Ind. 
O. Alice Hiatt. Elwood, Ind. 
Ernest Si*;son, Indianapolis. 
Alfred II. Symons, Hagerstown, Ind. 
Mary M. Teas, Irvington, Ind. 
Charles Titus, Warrington, Ind. 
Herbert D. Woodard, Fountain City. 

1803. 

Jesse S. Bailey, Indianapolis. 



Clam Brown, Spiceland. 
Warren T Evans, Minneapolis, Minn. 
John B. Greenstreet, Lewisville, Iud. 
Winnie Hinshaw Milligan, Winchester. 
David M. Kemp, Kent pton, Ind. 
Alice C. Lawrence, Spiceland. 
Estella Symons, " 
Alviu III rich, Greensboro, Iud. 

189.1. 

Oscar Bogue, Spiceland. 

Estella Charles, " 

Floyd Hill, Pasadena, Cal. 

Arthur Hoi loway, Oskalosa, la 

Leora Jessup, Westland, Ind. 

John Miller, Spiceland. 

Oleil Payne, " 

Lena Rayl, " 

George Smith, Greensboro, Intl. 

Orville White, Galena, 111. 

1 894 . 

Minnie Black Moore, Albuquerque, N. M. 

Bessie I. Brown, Spiceland, Ind. 

Clarence V. Hall, " 

Horace Hardy, Markleville, Ind. 

Ida Holloway, Spiceland. 

Arlie Hood, Chicago, 111. 

Bertha Jessup, Clay Center, Neb. 

Elma Lawrence, Spiceland 

Frank Pitts, Carthage, Ind. 

Maude M. Schaffcr Payne, Spiceland, lad 

Oscar F. Symons, Knightstowu, Ind. 

1895. 

Clarence Painter, Spiceland. 
Mabel Wright, 
Edgar Cox, 
♦Nellie Katliff, 
Howard Henley, Joliet, 111. 
Maude Wildnian, Richmond, Ind. 
Frank Hudelson, Mays, Ind. 
Pearl Moffett, Grt'ensboro, Iud. 

189(1. 

Cora Hudson, Spiceland, Ind. 
Clara While, Raysville, Ind. 
Elsie Hudelson, Ogden, Ind. 
Anna Morris, Eincolnville, Ind. 
Pearl M . James. " 
Mabel Newby, Spiceland, Ind. 
W. J. Carson, " 
Nora Griffin, 

Theresa Wildnian, Richmond, Ind. 
Roscoe Edwards, Snyder, Ind. 



* Deceased. 



PRINTED 0V 

W. 8. CHAM13ER8. 

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CATALOGUE 



OF THE 



OFFICERS AND STUDENTS 



OF 



Spiceland Academy 



SPICELAND, HENRY COUNTY, 
INDIANA. 



FQK THE ACADEMIC YF.AK 

1897-98. 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 



This school has been legally incorporated by the 

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Society of Friends and is under the care of the fol- 
lowing Board of Trustees: 

Edwin Hall, Pres. Lavinia Bailey, Sec. 
Samuel Test. Mattie S. Charles, Treas. 

Herbert Bailey. Terrell Wilson. 



CALENDAR, 1898-99. 

First term opens Monday, September 5, 1898, 
First term ends Friday, December 23. 1898. 
Second term opens Monday, January 2, 1899. 
Second term ends Friday, March 24, 1899. 
Third term opens Tuesday, April 4, 1899. 
Third term ends Friday, June 23, 1899. 



INSTRUCTORS, 1897-98. 



Geo. W. Neet, Supt,, . Pedagogy and Science 
Is ad ORE Wilson, History, Latin and Literature 

W. M. Timmons, Mathematics 

H s. Tice Normal Department 

Belle Wilson Music 



INSTRUCTORS, 1898-99. 



Geo. W. Neet, Supt, Pedagogy and Science 
Is A DO RE Wilson, History, Latin and Literature 

W. M. Timmons Mathematics 

• Normal Department 



SPICELAND ACADEMY. 



HISTORY. 

SPICELAND ACADEMY is the oldest Academy 
in charge of Friends in Indiana. It was char- 
tered as an Academy in 1870 but its history as a 
Friends school is much older than this, dating back 
for more than sixty years. It. is under the control of 
Spiceland Monthly Meeting, by which body the board 
of trustees is appointed. The teachers are selected 
by the trustees. While the school is under denomi- 
national control, it is not sectarian in the least; its 
foundation rests upon Christian culture. The first 
class was graduated in ls~0, and 170 have received 
diplomas from the Academy. More than 3,000 stu- 
dents have received instruction in the school since its 
organization as an Academy. 

LOCATION. 

Spiceland Academy is located in the beautiful and 
nourishing town of Spiceland, Indiana, in the south- 
ern part of Henry county, on the L. E. & W. Rail- 
road, two miles north of Dunreith, on the Pennsyl- 
vania Railroad. The buildings are situated in the 
midst of a beautiful grove, adjoining which is a large 
campus, well fitted for tin; various sports engaged in 
by the st udonts. 

ENTRANCE. 

Students may enter at any time, but students com- 
ing from other schools are required to bring certifi- 
cates stating their literary and moral standing. In 
the absence of approved certificate, examinations 
will be held and students classified accordingly. 



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REMARKS ON THE COURSE OF STUDY. 



HIGHER classes in any of the work will be formed 
whenever there is sufficient demand, and tuition 
will bo charged at the same rate as for a third year 
study. Satisfactory work in those studies may be 
substituted for work in the i-egular course at the dis- 
cretion of the Superintendent 

The above course of study has been prepared with 
reference to the needs of those students who do not 
expect to pursue a college course, but desire to 
acquire a, knowledge of ihose branches which will tit 
them for active life. Special attention, however, 

IS GIVEN TO PREPARING STUDENTS FOR COLLEGE, 

and third year work in Latin, Mathematics and other 
subjects will be given when a sufficient number of 
pupils desire it. Students are urged to take a college 
course, and they will be admitted to any of the lead- 
ing colleges in Indiana without examination. 

The course of study in the Grammar School is in 
harmony with that adopted throughout the state. 

At the close of the winter term the members of the 
second high school class hold an exhihii ion, for which 
each member prepares an essay, oration or declama- 
tion, and the public speakers are chosen from the 
number. 

ENGLISH. 

Besides the usual work in English Grammar, 
special attention is paid to English Composition, 
which is preparatory to tint work in Rhetoric. This 
consists of a study of grammatical purity, choice 
and use of words, and kinds of composition, with 
practical exercises in each. English ami American 
Literature receive careful attention. 



The work consists of a brief history of the rise 
and growth of the English language, history of the 
lives and times of the leading authors and a critical 
study of selections from their writings. The aim is 
to create a taste for good literature. 

LATIN. 

In order to receive a diploma a student must have 
three years' work in Latin, or, in special cases equiva- 
lents may be taken to tit the student for college. 
Thorough drill on the declension of nouns, adjectives 
and the conjugation of verbs is given, also on the 
application of the rules of construction and the ac- 
quiring of a considerable vocabulary. The derivation 
of English words is studied, and in the advance Work 
exercises in sight reading and Latin composition are 
given. It is the purpose to invest all the work in 
Latin with a living spirit that it may be a means of 
genuine literary culture as well as of mental discipline. 

HISTORY. 

Besides the work in United States History in the 
Grammar School, a thorough foundation is laid in 
General History, English History, Civil Government 
and Political Economy. This course will open up to 
the student the deeds of mankind in all ages in their 
struggle for rational freedom. 

SCIENCE. 

The Academy is supplied with sufficient ap 
paratus to be a valuable aid in the study of Natural 
sciences. In Natural Philosophy the subject is il- 
lustrated by many simple pieces of apparatus, besides 
the air pump, electrical machine, batteries, etc. In 
chemistry students do practical work in the labora- 



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tory. which is well supplied with chemicals and ap- 
paratus for the analysis of unknown substances. 
Geology and Minerology are illustrated by a collection 
of more than twelve hundred specimens, presented 
to the Academy by the Alumni. In Zoology and 
Botany, animals and plants are studied from nature, 
and systems of classifications are made prominent. In 
all the sciences objects are used as much as possible. 

MATHEMATICS. 

The aim in this study is to introduce the student 
to mathematical methods and to develop in him the 
power to reason clearly and accurately on any given 
problem. Algebra is studied throughout the first year 
of the High School, Geometry during the second year. 
A groat deal of supplementary work is given in Alge- 
bra and original exorcises are introduced as much as 
possible in Geometry. Astronomy is studied during 
the winter term of the third year. In this subject 
the work' is largely descriptive. A good six-inch 
telescope belongs to tin 1 Academy to aid in this study. 

NORMAL DEPARTMENT. 

For several years past special arrangements 
have been made to give those students desiring to 
teach the opportunity of Normal instruction during 
the Spring term. A special Normal instructor has 
been employed and many students of this and adjoin- 
ing counties have availed themselves of its advantages. 

The increasing demand for Normal work and for 
a more extended eoursti than can be given during 
the Spring term has induced the board to add a 
Normal department that provides for a full year's 
work' of three terms as follows: 



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Fall Tr.itM 


1st Grammar 


lit Arithmetic 


1st U. S. History 


Psychology 


Wintkb Term 


2d Grammar 


2d Arithmetic 


2d U. S. History 


1st Geogiaphy 


SphixG Tkrm 


Method 


Heading 


Physiology 


2d Geography 



In the Fall term classes will be organized with 
the view of continuing the work throughout the year. 
Classes will be provided for those who have already 
done one term's Normal work During the winter 
term, both classes having started in the fall, will ad- 
vance to the next work in the course. In the Spring 
term classes will be provided for those beginning the 
Normal work, and for those who have done one 
term's work, and for those ready for the third term's 
work. It is thus seen that all the legal branches, 
Psychology and Method may bo had in the spring 
term. 

Inspection of the following schedule of classes 
will reveal the arrangement of the work throughout 
the year: 



KAI.I, 


TICltM 


WINTKK TKRM 


sritiNO 1 HUM. 


Grammar 

iBt 


Grammar 
2nd 


Grammar 
2nd 


Method 
2nd 


Giamm'r 
1st 


Gramm'r 
2nd 


Method 


Arithmetic 
1st 


Arithmetic 
2nd 


Arithmetic 
2nd 


Reading 


Arlth. 
1st 


Arlth. 

2nd 


Heading 


US History 
1st 


US History 
2nd 


U S History 
2nd 


Physiology 


U S 
History 
1st 


U S 
History 
2nd 


Physiol- 
ogy 


Psychology 


Geography 
1st 


Geography 
1st 


Geography 
2nd 


Psychol- 
ogy 


Geogra- 
phy 1st 


Geogra- 
phy 2nd 



It is not the purpose of High Schools to give 
students a teacher's knowledge of the legal branches. 
It, however, is known that many high school grad- 
uates desire to teach for a period of time. This 
course of Normal work is especially fitted for this class 
of students, and for students having graduated from 



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Common Schools, who wish to get more comprehen- 
sive knowledge of the legal branches, and learn correct 
methods of teaching them. Sufficient Psychology, 
Pedagogy and Method will be given to make work 
characteristically professional. The purpose of this 
department cannot be letter stated than by saying it 
is to give students a teacher's knowledge of the legal 
branches, Psychology and Method. 

In the Normal course it is not intended to conduct 
a scheme of cramming for examination, hut it is our 
intention to help teachers in their schools quite as 
much as to aid them to get licenses. 

The addition to work in the Normal department 
will in no way interfere with the regular Academic 
course. Work will be so arranged that students who 
desire to take pari Academic work" and part Normal 
work' will l>e conveniently accommodated. 

Prof. G. AV. Meet, the Superintendent of the 
Academy for l8'J7-8. is a graduate of the Indiana 
State Normal, has had the advantage of a course of 
instruction in Indiana University, is well experienced 
in Public and High School work, and also in Normal 
institute work. He will be aided in this department 
by an able assistant, so that we can ^confidently rec- 
ommend the advantages which Spiceland otters to all 
students who desire to til themselves for teaching. 

RATES OF TUITION. 

Grammar School, 7r> cents per week. High School 
— first year, I'O cents per week per subject. High 
School— second year, £'2\ cents per week per subject. 
High School—third year, 2."> cents per week per 
subject. Normal and Review classes, $1.00. Com- 
mercial depart moid, $1.00. 



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Tuition is due at opening of each term, and . settle- 
ment must be made with either the treasurer or 
superintendent, before students may enter upon their 
term's work. No deduction will be made for absence 
after enrollment, except in cases of protracted ill 
health. In cvenl of sickness not ice must, in all cases, 
be given of the withdrawal of the pupil, as no deduc- 
tion will be made until this is done. 

LITERARY EXERCISES. 

Besides the work' of the Literary Society connected 
with the school, literary exercises will be expected of 
students in all grades both in class work and before 
the whole school. Care is used that si ndents may learn 
the art of composition and public delivery. To this 
end, public exercises are occasionally held to com- 
memorate some authoror well known historical event. 
Essays and declamations are a part of the regular 
school work. 

LIBRARIES. 

Four set s of encyclopedias are in the school rooms, 
and these with the dictionaries and numerous refer- 
ence books are for the free use of all. There are 
three libraries in connection with the school, which 
contains about, two thousand volumes; two of them 
belonging to the Literary Society and the other to the 
Academy Association. Additions are made each year. 

BOARDING. 

The citizens of Spiceland have always given the 
students a hearty welcome by receiving them in their 
homes. It is the intention to offer students the ad- 
vantages of a thorough education for a small outlay 
of money. The cost of boarding when evcything is 



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furnished is S3. 00 a week. Rooms either furnished 
or unfurnished can be rented by those who board 
themselves, and the cost of living reduced to a small 
sum. 

LECTURES. 

Students have the opportunity to hear good lectures 
at a small expense. Lectures on various subjects are 
given throughout the year by able lecturers. Ar- 
rangements are made by which such lectures are 
practically free to students. 

GENERAL ITEMS. 

The government of the school is based upon the 
id*'a that manhood is more than scholarship, that 
sell' respect and self control on the part of the student 
are important factors in the formation of character. 
Greater stress is laid upon the thoroughness of in 
struction and accuracy of knowledge than upon 
rapidity of advancement. 

A daily class record of the work of each pupil is 
kept. Tli is record and the final examination de- 
termine the recorded grade. Students whose daily 
class work is 95 per cent., with attendance, applica- 
tion and deportment equally good, may be excused 
from examination. 

For many years the health of students has boon 
uniformly good. There is probably no healthier 
local ion in the state. 

The Friends and Methodists both hold religious 
services on the Sabbath and each maintains a Sabbath 
school. A society of Y. P. S. C. E. meets each 
Sabbath evening, and students are welcome to its 
meetings. 

A sufficient number of teachers is constantly em- 



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ployed, so that large classes may be avoided, and 
students may receive personal attention during the 
recitation. 

Expenses are as low as at any other school afford- 
ing equal advantages. 

The managers of the school are very careful to make 
this an institution in which students who are away 
from honn? and its restraints, will be surrounded by 
good, mora] influence, and in this they have the co- 
operation of the citizens of the village. 

There are no beer, liquor or billiard saloons in the 
village. 

No student whoso influence is known to have a 
corrupting tendency will be retained in the school. 

DIPLOMA. 

Students whose conduct is exemplary, and who 
complete the course of study and prepare and deliver 
a suitable literary production, will be furnished a 
diploma, signed by the instructors and the president 
of the board of trustees. 



LIST OF STUDENTS. 



SENIORS. 

Clifford Applegate, Spicel&nd. Merritt Stafford, Greensboro. 

James Holtsclaw, Spiceland. Cora Smith, Springport. 

Bavis Nay, Dunreith. Walter Painter, Spiceland. 

Emory Ratelilf, Cadiz. Bertha Charles, Spiceland. 

Gertrude Sflaford, Spicoland, Ernest V. Shockley, Spiceland. 

Pearl Symons, Spiceland. Elsie L. Shockley, Spiceland. 
Lelia Smith, Springport. 

JUNIORS. 

Pearl Anderson, Spiceland. I, aura Painter, Spiceland. 

Gen. Holtsclaw, Spici'land. Orabell Shaffer. Spiceland. 

Bertha Lawrence, Spiceland. Walter Pearce, Newcastle. 
Edna Harvey, Spiceland. 

FIRST YEAR. 

Ethel Applegate, Spiceland. Edgar Bazzlo, Springport. 

Mary Butler, Spiceland. Ira Hell. Spiceland. 

Bertha Butler, Spiceland. David VV. Gordon, Kaysville. 

Georgia Millikan. Spiceland. Harry Patterson, Springport. 

Grace Stewart, Spiceland. Blanche Sisson, Spiceland. 

J no. It. Thompson, Spicela nd. Orpha Wiggs, Spic.elaiid, 
George Collin, Spiceland. 

IRREGULARS. 

( 'onnie Grilfin, ( >gden. Hattie Allison, Greensboro. 

Lillian Hayes, Dunreith. Susan Benedict, Springport. 

Lizzie 1 lardy, Markleville. Flora Edwards, Spiceland. 

Tom M. Hardy, Markleville. Peter M. Creely, I iogersv ille. 

(irace Hiatt, Spiceland. Estella Hoolon, Ogden. 

Edna Jones. Spiceland. Lee . I ust ice, Eden. 

Ethel Jones, Spiceland. Hoxa Lindainood, Spiceland. 

(ilendora Parrish, Spiceland. Paul Newhy, Spiceland. 

Jeanette Hifner, Spiceland. Horner Nugon, Lewisville. 

( I race Sea lord, Spiceland. Willet Nay, Springport.. 

Raymond Kirk. Walter Nay, Springport. 

Washington, D. C. Blanch Risk, Greensboro. 

Hiirsl Harrison, Spiceland. Nettie Bisk, Greensboro. 



Jesse Bundy, Spiceland. 
Josie Beeson, Spiceland. 
Chester Bowers, Spiceland. 
Jennie CoinptOn, Spiceland. 
Homer Kastridge, Spiceland. 
Pearl Griffin, Spiceland. 
Carroll Hall, Spiceland. 
Walter Harvey, Dunreith. 
Mary Law fence, Spiceland. 
Jennie Millikan, Spiceland. 
Cecil Newhy, Spiceland. 
Carrie Tac.kett, Spiceland. 
Thomas Taylor, Spiceland. 
Walter Wilson, Spiceland. 
Aria McBride, Spiceland. 

NORMAL 

Jessie Allen, Ogden. 
Pearl Bowers, ( iadlz. 
Etta Kurt, Lewisville. 
Key H. livers, Snyder. 
Willie Butler, Spiceland. 
Orville Craig, New Castle. 
Vj'.essie ( Nival t, Mboreland. 
1 larriet Dickinson. Spiceland. 
W infield Enright, Wilkinson. 
Debbie Edwards, Snyder. 
Hnsroe Edwards, Snyder. 
Jesse l-'ei rel, Eden 
O E. Faulkner, New ( iastle. 

Luring Fisher, New < last le. 
■- Lawrence Fraizor, Newcastle 

E. C. Hartley, Luray. 
--Ceiinule Ihidsoii, Mooreland. 
Joseph Hull', Cadiz. 

Fannie I laves. Dunreith. 
-^lioss I lam, Markleville. 

Elmer Hardy, Markleville. 

Lois M. Henly, Spiceland. 

) \ ;i Hewitt. New ( "ast le. 

Leon I lays, Spring-port. 



Florence Camplin, Greensboro. 
Nellie Beckett, Greensboro. 
Elsie Delou, Greensboro. 
Horace Grillin; Spiceland. 
Gussie Hardin. Kennard. 
Cora Hardy. .Markleville. 
Mae Kirk, Spiceland. 
Clarence O. Miicy, Lewisville. 
Florence < >. Macy, Lew isville. 
Linnie Nugen, Lewisville. 
< Ilarencc Painter, Spiceland. 
(irace Patterson. Spiceland. 
Mattie Trice, Spiceland. 
Alma Trice. Spiceland. 
Clint Taylor, Spjeeland. 

STUDENTS. 

A ubert Meredith, Lewisville. 
Clara Marshall, Mooreland. 
Klein Maddy, Spiceland. 
Flora Net/.. Ashland. 
Wilhert Pierce. New Castle. 
Elmer Parker. Willow Branch. 
Luciuda Pearce, New Lisbon. 
Harry Roberts, Kennard. 
Lucy Richardson, Blountsville. 
Ceo. E. Stinson, New Castle. 
Glide Sisson, Spiceland. 
Lillian Smith, New ( 'asile. 
Emma Sealofd, Spiceland. 
Mary Taylor, Spiceland. 
Laura Wischart, 

Mechanicsburg. 
Charily Wiseharl, 

Mechanicsburg. 
Vaughn Wimmer, Ashland. 
Fred L. Wilson, Ogden. 
Anna Ellis, Anderson. 
Ralph Hasting, Snyder. 
Bessie St rough, Springport. 
Elsie 1 linshaw, Kennard. 



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Orin Hudson, Mooreland. Lewis Ulrich, Mooreland. 
Elva Hudson, Spiceland. Cliarles Weeks, New Castle. 

Lawrence Jarret, Eden. ,-Jessie Wright, Greensboro. 

Ethel Leakey, Kennard. Myrtie Richardson, Mboreland. 

Pearl Millikan, Spiceland. Clora Jackson, Knightstown. 
-Earl May, Ashland. Mayo Bundy, Snyder. 

James Millikan, Messick. Maud Saint, Snyder. 
Anna Morris, Lineolnsville. J. W. Saint, Snyder. 

SUMMARY. 

Seniors 18 

Juniors 7 

' a First Year ' ' 13 

Irregulars 55 

Normal Department 62 

Total 150 



LIST OF GRADUATES. 



1S70 

•Ell U. Cook 

John J. Stubhs Omaha, Neb. 

1871 

Walter J). Jones %vton, Ohio. 

*Alvin H. Jenkins 

•I. Macv C«ood 

C. R. Dixon . Lawrence, Kan. 

K. (i. Boone Yps.lanti, Mich. 

Dallas Sisson Spiceland. 

Marv Ballenger (Barnard) Newcastle. 

Louisa Wickersham Lewisv.lle 

Lida Edwards (Saint) New Castle. 

1872 

Lmdley II. Johnson Dunreith. 

David Henley Spiceland. 

Jacob Hill Pasadena, Gal. 

Henry W. Painter Spiceland. 

Robert C. Mitchell Pacific Grove, Cal. 

1873 

•Sadie D. Talbert (Wright) 

Aaron B.Bell Red Oak, Iowa. 

•J. Tilinan Hutchins 

John Pennington Mt. Pleasant, Ohio. 

Marv Stubhs (Painter) Spiceland. 

Nathan Williams Oswego, Kan. 

Carrie Talbert (Newby) Wichita, Kan. 

1874 

Alice Coffin Russell St. Louis, Mo. 

Elvira Spencer Harrold Indianapolis. 

J. P. Edwards Spiceland. 

William S. Moffit Greensboro. 

Edwin O. Kennard Pasadena, Cal. 

Nathan Itosenberger Muscatine, Iowa 

W. K. Jackson Knightstown. 

I). C. Mitchell Spiceland. 



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1875 

W. W. Gregg Chicago, Ills. 

Wm. Pidgeon Washington, Kan. 

Irvin Stanley Beloit, Kan. 

1877 

Milton Roberts Ottumwa, Iowa. 

1878 

S. Ella Bogue Dogget Danville, Va. 

Belle Chambers Estes Grandforks, N. D. 

J. Pinkney Mitchell Fresno, Cal. 

Thomas Mitchell Knightstown. 

Flora Moore. Brady Indianapolis. 

John (). Heed E. Saginaw, Mich. 

Win. S. Seal'ord Spiceland. 

Fannie Thornburg Parsons Oak Park, 111. 

1879 

Jay A. Buck Mnncie. 

Carrie Goodwin Jeffrey New Castle. 

Thomas Newlin Newberg, Ore. 

1880 

.J. Edgar Cloud Richmond. 

Wm. N. Lamb Vacaville, Cal. 

Mattie Lamb Outland Amboy. 

Ada Grace Murphey New Castle. 

Emma Belle Roberts Sun River, Mont. 

Ida May Roberts Sun River, Mont. 

Frank Symons Portland, Me. 

Lamira Trueblood Kelluin Friendswood. 

1881 

Oscar It. Baker Winchester. 

*Corrie Bogue 

Minnie Benedict Blankenship. Paragon. 

Carrie Unthank Kollitm Indianapolis. 

*.Jesso SI ration 

18812 

•Arthur II. Bailey 

J. Newton Barnard Middletown. 



Joceused. 



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Harriet Bogue Newlin Indianapolis. 

Hattie E. Dickinson Chicago, 111. 

Charles Newlin Indianapolis. 

1883 

Anna Hudelson Foster ... Washington, D. 

Ryland Ratliff ..... Fairmount. 

Julia Stafford Newby Greensboro. 

Emily Weeks Median icsburg. 

1884 

•Cora Kirk 

Ella Strattan Hodson Spiceland. 

Virginia Griffin Cory Dunreith. 

Isad ore Mall Wilson Spiceland. 

William Julian Minden, Neb. 

Charles Newby Chicago, Hi. 

1885 

Mary L. Brown Pennington Spiceland. 

Alfred Y. King Weaver. 

Oliver C. Steele Spiceland. 

1880 

L. Winnie Bailey Spiceland. 

Mattie 10. Brown Spiceland. 

Richard Brdadbent Elwood. 

Elbert Griffin Eiwood. 

Alonzo C. Hodson Spiceland. 

♦John L. McNew 

Russell Katlilf Marion. 

1887 

Herbert T. Bailey Spiceland. 

Clarence H. Beard New Castle. 

Anna K. Bogue Shaffer Spiceland. 

Lindley (/ompton Toman, Wis. 

Lizzie S. Hiatt Omaha, Neb. 

Ahrain Mill or Kennard. 

Bert Smith ZionviMe. 

1888 

Rhoda Ballenger Cunningham Indianapolis. 



"Deceased. 



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Hannah Brown Stribbing Dexter, Iowa. 

Oryntha Brown Jester Paton, Iowa. 

Jessie Butler Lewisville. 

John C, Cook Greensboro. 

Clara G. Edwards Knight St. Louis, Mo. 

El va Elliott Compton Tomah, Wis. 

Achsiih E. Ratcliif Newcastle. 

H. H. Ratcliff Spiceland. 

H. H. Bay] Spiceland. 

Charles Stubbs Spiceland. 

J. A. Greenstreet New Castle. 

1889 

Laura Benedict Spring-port. 

Blanch Braddock McNew Greenfield. 

Frank Copeland Dunreith. 

Estella Deem Spiceland. 

Lawrence Gardner Spiceland. 

Gertrude Gordon Genaux Spiceland. 

Sue (irillin Kviins M t. Summit. 

Otis Stuhbs Lewisville. 

Mary White Pasadena, Cal. 

1800 

L. Etta Butler Lewisville. 

Elmer Deem Spiceland. 

Edwin B. Ratcliff Spiceland. 

Hennie Strattan Spiceland. 

S. E. Stubbs Wilkinson. 

1801 

Ethel M. Copeland Chicago, HI. 

Louie Kdmundsou Poo Spicoland. 

Manrine Gardner Spiceland. 

Charles N. Manly Mark lev illo. 

(). Alice 1 1 full lOlwood. 

Ernest Sisson Indianapolis. 

Alfred 1 1 . Sy s Hagorstown. 

.Mary M. Teas Irvington. 

Charles Titus Warrington. 

Herbert 1). Woodard Fountain City. 



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1802 

JesseS. Bailey Indianapolis. 

Clara Brown Spiceland 

Warren T. Evans Minneapolis, Minn 

John B. Greenstreet Lewisville. 

Winnie Hinshaw Milligan Wmchcstei. 

David M.Kemp Kempton 

Alice C. Lawrence Spice and. 

Estella Symons Spiceland. 

AlvinUlrich Greensboro. 

1803 

Oscar Bogue Spiceland. 

Estella Charles Spiceland 

Floyd Hill Pasadena Cal. 

Arthur Holloway Oskalosa, la. 

r t Westland. 

Leora Jessup . 

John Miller Spiceland. 

Olen Payne Spiceland 

, , Si)iceland. 

Lena Itayl 1 

, , . Greensboro. 

Crtjorge Smith 

Orville White Galena, 111. 

1804 

Minnie Black Moore St. Joseph, Mo. 

Bessie L Brown Spiceland. 

Clarence V. Hall Spiceland 

Horace Hardy •• Marklevi lie. 

Ida Holloway Spiceland 

Arlie Hood Chicago, 111. 

Bertha Jessup Way Center, ^b. 

Eln.a Lawrence Spiceland. 

Frank Pitts Carthage. 

Maude M . Schafler Payne Spiceland. 

Oscar F. Symons Knightstown. 

i sor> 

Clarence Painter Spiceland. 

Mabel Wright Spiceland. 

, ... ,,, v . Si)iceiand. 
Edgar Cox °i 

♦Nellie Ratlin" 

* Deceased. 



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Howard Henley Joliet, 111. 

Maude Wildman Richmond. 

Frank Hudelson Mays. 

Pearl Molfett Greensboro. 

1896 

Cora Hudson Spiceland. 

Clara White Raysville. 

Elsie Hudelson Ogden. 

Anna Morris Lincolnville. 

Pearl M. James Lincolnville. 

Mabel Newby Spiceland. 

\V. J. Carson Spiceland. 

Nora Griffin Spiceland. 

Theresa Wildman Richmond. 

Roseoe Edwards Snyder. 

1897 

Leoti Applegate Spiceland. 

Elva M. Hudson Spiceland. 

Lois M. Henley Spiceland. 

Fanny Hayes Dunreith. 

Floy Hudelson Ogden. 

Josie B. Harlan Dana. 

Jessie Leakey New Lisbon; 

Pearl Millikan Spiceland, 

Ethel Uifnur Spiceland. 

Mayme Stafford Spiceland. 

Clyde Sisson Spiceland. 

Minnie Stratton Spiceland. 

Charlie' Smith Mt. Summit. 

Irving White Lewisville. 



tOUHIEH CO. PRINT, HEW CASTLE, IN D. 



....Catalogue.... 

OF THE 

OFFICERS AND STUDENTS 

OF 

PICELAND fS£A DEM Y 

S PIC EL AND, HENRY COUNTY, IND. 




FOR Till: ACADEMIC YEAR 1898-99 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 



This school has been legally incorporated by the 
Society of Friends and is under the care of the fol- 
lowing Board of Trustees: 

Edwin Hall, Pres. Samantha Henley, Sec. 
Samuel Test. Mattie S. Charles, Treas. 

Herbert Baily. Terrell Wilson. 



CALENDAR. 

isvb. 

Pall Term begins Monday, September 4. 

Public exercises of First Year class, December 22. 

Pall Term ends Friday, December 22. 

1900. 

Winter Term begins Tuesday, January 2. 
Public exercises of Junior class, March 23. 
Winter Term ends Friday, March 23. 
Spring Term begins Tuesday, April 3. 
Spring Term ends Friday, June 22. 



INSTRUCTORS 



Murray S. Wildman, Superintendent, 
If /.story and Mental Science. 

Isadore If. Wilson, 

Latin and. Literature. 

William M. Tlmmons, 
Science and Mathematics. 
Robert W. Hlmeliok, 

Norni a I I >( j » i ft ini nt . 



Spiceland Academy. 



HISTORY. 

SPICELAND ACADEMY is the oldest Academy 
in charge of Fr iends in Indiana. It was char- 
tered as an Academy in 1870, but its history as a 
Friends school extends over a period of more than 
sixty years. It is under ihe control of Spiceland 
Monthly Meeting, by which body the board of trus- 
tees is appointed. The teachers are selected by the 
tm* toes. While the school i.s under denominational 
control, it is not sectarian in the least; its foundation 
rests upon Christian culture. The first class was 
graduated in 1870, and is<) have received diplomas 
from ilif Academy. More than 8,000 students have 
received instruction in the school since its organiza- 
tion as an Academy. 

LOCATION. 

Spiceland Academy is located in the beautiful town 
of Spiceland, Indiana, in the southern part of Henry 
county, on the Lake Erie and Western Railroad, two 
miles north of Dunreith, on the Pennsylvania Rail- 
road. The buildings are situated in the midst of a 
beautiful grove, adjoining which is a large campus, 
well adapted to athletic sports. 

HNTRANCE. 

Students may enter at any time, but students com- 
in<* from other schools are required to bring certifi- 
cates stating their literary and moral standing. In 
the absence of approved certificate, examinations 
will be held and students classified accordingly. 
Classes in Grammar School branches are maintained 




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HISTORY. 

A thorough foundation is laid in General History, 
English History, Civil Government and Political 
Economy. It is the purpose of this course to reveal 
the various steps by which the great institutions 
have, developed and grown from early times until 
the present. 

; h- ' SCIENCE. 

The Academy is supplied with sufficient apparatus 
to be a valuable aid in the study of Natural sciences. 
In Natural Philosophy the subject is illustrated by 
many simple pieces of apparatus, besides the air 
pump, electrical machine, batteries, etc. In chemis- 
try students do practical work in the laboratory, 
which is supplied with necessary chemicals and ap- 
paratus- Geology and Mineralogy are illustrated by 
a collect ion of more than twelve hundred specimens, 
presented to the Academy by the Alumni. In Zo- 
ology and Botany, animals and plants are studied from 
nature, and systems of classifications are made promi- 
nent. In all the sciences objects are used as much 
as possible. 

MATHEMATICS. 

The aim in this study is to introduce the student 
to mathaim tic.al methods and to develop in him the 
power to reason clearly and accurately on any given 
problem. Algebra is studied throughout the lirstyear 
of the High School, Geometry during the second 
year. A great deal of supplementary work is given in 
Algebra and original exercises are introduced as much 
as possible in Geometry. Astronomy is studied dur- 
ing the winter term of the third year. In this sub- 



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ject the work is largely descriptive. A good six-inch 
telescope belongs to the Academy to aid in this study. 

NORMAL DEPARTMENT. 

For several years past special arrangements have 
been made to give those students desiring to reach 
the opportunity of Normal instruction during the 
Spring term. A special Normal instructor ha, been 
employed and many students of this and adjoining 
counties have availed themselves of this oppor- 
tunity. 

The increasing demand for Normal work and for a 
more extended course than can be given during the 
Spring term has induced the board to add a Normal 
department that provides for a full year's work of 
three terms as follows: 



Fai'.i. Tehm 


1 st Grammar 


1st Arithmetic 1st U.S. History 


Psychology 


WlNTF.H TERM 


2d Grammar 


2,1 Arithmetic >2d U.S. History 


1st Geography 


Sl'KlNl. TlKYl 


Method 


Reading Physiology 


2d Geography 



In the Fall term classes will be organized with 
the view of continuing the work throughout the year. 
Classes will be provided for those who have already 
done one term's Normal work. During the Winter 
term, both classes having started in the fall, will ad- 
vance to the next work in the course. In the Spring 
term classes will be provided for those beginning the 
Normal work, and for those who have done one 
term's work, and for those ready for the third term's 
work. It is thus seen that all the legal branches, 
Psychology and Method may be had in the Spring 
term. 

Inspection of the following schedule of classes 



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will reveal the arrangement of the work throughout 
the year. 



Fall Term 


Winter Term 


Spring Term. 


Grammar 
1st 


Grammar 
2d 


Grammar 
2d 


Method 
2d 


Grammar 
1st 


Grammar 
2d 


Method 


Arithmetic 
1st 


Arithmetic 
2d 


Arilli mctic 
2d 


Reading 


Arith. 

1st 


Arith. 
2d 


Reading 


U.S. Historv 
1st 


U.S.History 
2d 


U.S.History 

2d • 


Physiology 


U. S. 
History 
1st 


U. S. 
History 
2d 


Physi- 
ology 


Psychology 


Geography 
1st 


Geography 
1st -•- 


Geography 
2d 


Psychol- 
ogy 


Geoy ra- 
phy 1st 


Geogra- 
phy 2d 



It is not the purpose of High Schools to give 
students a teacher's knowledge of the legal branches. 
However, it, is known that many High School grad- 
uates desire to teach for a period of time. This 
course of Normal work is especially fitted for this class 
of students, and for students having graduated from 
Common Schools, who wish to get a more comprehen- 
sive knowledge of the legal branches, and learn correct 
methods of teaching them, Sufficient Psychology, 
Pedagogy and Method will be given to make work 
characteristically professional. The purpose of this 
department cannot be better stated than by saying it 
is to give students a teacher's knowledge of the legal 
branches, Psychology and Method. 

In the Normal course it- is not intended to conduct, 
a scheme of cramming for examination, but it is our 
intention to help teachers in their schools quite as 
much as to aid them to get licenses. 

The addition to work in the Normal department 
will in no way interfere with the regular Academic 
course. Work will be so arranged that students who 
desire to take part Academic work and part Normal 
work will be accommodated. 



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RATES OF TUITION. 
Grammar School 75 cents per week- 
First Year, per study . ... 20 
Second Yeai • ■ • • --3 

Third Yeai .... 25 

Normal classes " . . . . 2o 

Tuition is due at opening of each term, and settle- 
ment must be made with either the treasurer or 
superintendent, before students may enter upon their 
term's work. No deduction will be made for absence 
after enrollment, except in cases of protracted ill 
health. In all cases of illness notice must be 
given of the withdrawal of the pupil, as no deduc- 
tion will be made until this is done. 

LITERARY EXERCISES. 
Literary exercises will be expected of students in 
all grades, both in class work and before the public. 
Care is used that students may learn the art of com- 
position and public delivery, To this end. exercises 
are occasionally held to commemorate seme author 
or well known historical event, Kssays and decla- 
mations are a pari of the regular school work. 
LIBRARIES. 

Pour sets of encyclopedias are in the school rooms, 
and these, with the dictionaries arid numerous refer- 
once books, are for the free use of all. There are 
three libraries in connection with the school, which 
comprise about two thousand volumes; two of them 
belonging to the Literary Society and the other to the 
Academy Association. Additions are made each year. 

BOARDING. 

The citizens of Spiceland have always given the 
si udents a, hearty weleom s by reCtnvihgtliominto their 



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homes. It is the intention to offer students the ad- 
vantages of a thorough education for a small outlay 
of money. The cost of boarding, when everything is 
furnished, is from #2. 50 to S3. 00 a week. Rooms, 
either furnished or unfurnished, can be rented by 
those who board themselves, and the cost of living 
reduced to a small sum. 

LECTURES. 

Students have the opportunity to hear good lectures 
at a small expense. Lectures on various subjects are 
given throughout the year by able lecturers. Ar- 
rangements are made by which such lectures are 
practically free to students. 

The following course was »iven tins year under the 
management of teachers and students: 

■•Gumption;'' Prof. Geo. Bass, Indianapolis, 

••Art in Everyday Living," Prof. VV. W. Black, 
University of Illinois. 

Violin Recital, Prof. Christian Oelschlagel, Indi- 
anapolis. 

■A Ramble Among Words," John E. Wiley, An- 
derson. Ind. 

Readings of Original Poems, S. W. Gillilan, Rich- 
mond, Ind. 

GENERAL ITEMS. 

The government of the school is based upon the 
idea that manhood is more than scholarship, that 
self respect and self cont rol < >u the part of the student 
are important faciors in the formation of character. 
Greater stress is laid upon the thoroughness of in- 
struction and accuracy of knowledge than upon 
rapidity of advancement. 



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A daily class record of the work of each pupil is 
kept. This record and the final examination deter- 
mine the recorded grade. 

For many years the health of students has been 
uniformly good. There is probably no better loca- 
tion in the state in this respect. 

The Friends and Methodists boll) hold religious 
services on the Sabbath and each maintains a Sabbath 
school. Meetings of the Young Peoples' Society of 
Christian Endeavor and the Epworth League" are 
held every Sabbath evening, and students an; wel- 
come to their meetings and membership. 

A sufficient number of teachers is constantly em- 
ployed, so that large classes may be avoided, and 
students may receive personal attention during the. 
recitation. 

Expenses are as low as at any other school afford- 
ing equal advantages. 

The managers of the school are very careful to make 
this an institution in which students who are away 
from home and its restraints, will be surrounded by 
good, moral influence, and in ibis they have the co- 
operation of the citizens of the village. 

There are no beer, liquor or billiard saloons in the 
village. 

No student whose inlluence is known to have a 
rorrupthig tendency will be retained in the school. 

DIPLOMA. 

Students whose conduct is exemplary, and who 
complete the course of study and prepare and deliver 
a suitable literary production, will be furnished a 
diploma, signed by the instructors and the president 
of the board of trustees. 



LIST OF STUDENTS. 



SENIORS. 

Haisley, Bessie, Spicelancl. *Pearce,Lucinda.New Lisbon. 

Lawrence, Bertha, Spiceland. Pearce, Walter, New Castle. 

Macy, Florence, Lewisville. Shaffer, Orabell, New Castle. 
Molfett, Earl, Greehshoro. 

JUNIORS. 

Applegate, Ethel, Spiceland. Griifin, Connie, Ogden. 

Bazzle, Edgar, Springpoi t. Cordon, David, Raysville. 

Hell, I ra, Spiceland. Hardy, Thomas, Markleville. 

Benedict, Susan, Springport. Hayes, Lillian. Dunreith. 

Butler, Berthas Spiceland. Kennedy, Clyde, Manzy. 

Butler, Mary, Spieeland. Millikan Georgia, Spiceland. • 

Byrket, Rayinond, Ogden. liifner, Jeannette, Spiceland. 

Charles, Cora, Spiceland. Thompson, John R., Spiceland 

Collin, George. Spiceland. Thomas, Verna, Spiceland. 

(Jiles, Grace, Spiceland. Thornburg, Pernia, Spiceland. 

FIRST YEAR. 

Allison, Hattic. Greensboro. .Jones, Edna, Spiceland. 

Black, Allie. Spiceland. Lindaniood, Harry, Spiceland. 

lleeson, Josie A , Spiceland, Millikan. Jennie, E.. Spiceland 

Beoson, .Mamie. Snyder. Moore, Albert E., Spiceland. 

Beckett, Nellie. Spiceland. Motl'ett, Mary, Greensboro. 

Bower, Chester. Spiceland. Newby, Paul, Spiceland. 

Butler, Nola. Spiceland Nugen, Homer, Lewisville. 

Byers, Walter, Kijightstown. Nugen. Linnie, Lewisville, 

Cope, Everett. LewisviMo. Bichey. Estelhi, M , Spiceland 

Compton. Jennie. Spiceland. Risk, ('ora, Spiceland. 

East ridge, Homer, Spiceland. Sc.al'ord, Grace, Spieeland. 

Edwards, Ethel, Snyder. Sisson, Blanche. Spiceland. 

Edwards, Flora, Spiceland. Skinner, Jennie, Spriugporl 

( i ci 111 11, 1 1 orace. Spicela ml. .Scott, I, orena, Spieeland. 

Hall, Carroll. Spiceland. Taylor, E. Thomas, Spiceland. 

Harvey. Walter, Dunreith. Trice, Mattie E., Spiceland. 

Hartley. Lottie, Springport. Ulrich, David. New Castle. 

Hiatt, Grace, Spiceland. Wilson. Walter C, Spiceland. 

Harrison, Hurst, Spiceland. Wood, Florence, Kennard. 

Jones, Ethel, Spiceland. Wood, Hoyt M.. Kennard. 



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IRREGULAR. 
Craig, Orville, New Castle. Macy. Everett, Lewisville. 
Edwards, Deborah, Snyder. Newby, Cecil, Spiceland. 
Gilbert, Emily, Lewisville. Randall, Orlando, Mays. 
Griffin, Pearl,' Spiceland. Symons, Pearl. Spiceland. 

Hardy, Elmer, Markleville. Tackett, Carrie, Spiceland. 
Harvey, Edna, Spiceland. Whinner, Vsvughariy 
Holtselaw, George, Spiceland. New Castle. 

Macy, Clarence, Lewisville. 

NORMAL DEPARTMENT. 

Bowers, Alta, Cadi/,. May, Earl, Millville. 

Bowers, Pearl, Cadi/.. Marshall, Clara, Mooreland. 

Bundy, Mae, Snyder. Marshall, Nettie, Mooreland. 

Burns, Bertha, New Lisbon. Meredeth, Nora, Lewisville. 
Byrket, Earl, Ogden. Millikan, James E., Messick. 

Collin, O. J., Westlaud. Millikan, Pearl, Spiceland. 

Cooper, Porter W., McAllister. Austin, 

Mechanicsburg. Markleville. 
Carmichael, Erin a, Snyder. McCullough, Ralph, 
Corter, Benjamin, Kennard. Markleville. 
Coon, Karl, Kennard. Nay, Bavis, Dunreith. 

Deem, Irene, Spiceland. Pierce, Wilhert, Millville. 

Dickinson, Harriet, Spiceland. Shepley, Enolia, Spiceland. 
Greely, Peter M., Rogersville. Shepley, Adah, Spiceland. 
Griffin, Nora, Spiceland. Slaughter, Orestes, 

Gilbert, Belle, Lewisville. Markleville. 

Hall, Guy, New Lisbon. Saint, Maude, Snyder. 

Ham, Ross, Markleville.' Taylor, Mary, Spiceland. 

Hartley, Emma, Springport. Unthank, Harry R., Spiceland. 

Hudson, Orin, Mooreland. Ulrich, Maude, Greensboro. 

Holtselaw, James, Spiceland. Winer, Bohert, Kennard. 

Hayes, Bertha, Lewisville. Wilson, Fred L., Ogden. 

Hazolrigg, Pearl, Straughh. White, Minnie, New Lisbon. 

Leakey, Jessie, New Lisbon. 

GRAMMAR SCHOOL. 

Anderson, Harley, Spiceland. Parker, Earl, Spiceland. 

Adams, Goldie, Dunreith. Poarch, Lester, Spiceland. 

Beech, Lucietia, Spiceland. Reece, Clark, Kennard. 

Ba/./.le, Everett, Springport. Rifner, M. Etta, Spiceland. 



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Denner, Grace, Spiceland. 
Glidden, Simon, Lewisville. 
Gilbreath, Maude, Spiceland. 
Haisley, Fred, Spiceland. 
Harrold, Ethel, Dnhreith. 
Kirk, J(Minie, Spiceland. 
Kirk, Mae, Spiceland. 
Lane, Eya, Spiceland. 
Lindainood, Olive, Spiceland. 



Rati iff, Herschel, Spiceland. 
Seaford, Herbert, Spiceland. 
Seaford, Howard, Spiceland. 
Seharmann, Benj., Dunreith. 
Seharmann, Louis, Dunreith. 
Sanders, Frank, Middletown. 
Trice, Alma 10., Spiceland. 
Wilson, Russell, Spiceland. 
Young, Annie, Ogdon. 



SUMMARY. 

Seniors 7 

Juniors 20 

First Year 40 

Irregular 14 

Normal Department -to 

Grammar School 20 

Total . . 150 



LIST OF GRADUATES. 



is; a. 



*Kli U. (look . 
.John J. Stubhs 



;.s';/. 



Walter 1). Jones 
*Alvi.n H. Jenkins 
*l. Macy Good 

O. R. Dixon 

II. (J. Boone 

Dallas Sisson 

Mary La Honker ( Barnard) 
Louisa Wickersham 
Lid a Edwards (Saint) 



is: 



1S7- 



*-Sadie D. Talbert ( Wright). 
Aaron 15, liell 

*,]. Till nan 1 1 utch ins 
.John Pennington 
Mary S.tubl>s ( Painter) 
Nathan Williams 
Car; ie Talbert ( New. by ) 

Alice ( 'nll'm ( Russell) 
Elvira Spencer ( Uarrold) 
.1. P. Fdwards 
William S. Moflit 
Edwin O. Kennard . . . 
Nathan Rosenbefger 
W. 15. .Jackson 
D. (!. Mitchell 



1S74- 



Omaha, Neb. 
Dayton, Ohio. 



I ,a w rence. 
Ypsilanti, 
Spiceland. 
New Castle. 
Lewisville. 
New Castle. 



Kan. 
Mich. 



Dunreith. 
Spiceland. 



Lindley H Johnson 

David Henley 

*Jacob Hill 

Hft,tfy T\m^, Pacific Grove, Oal. 
Robert (i. Mitchell. 



Spicehiud. 



Springtown, Kan. 

Providence. R. L 
Spiceland. 
Oswego, Kan. 
Wichita, Kan. 



Si. Louis, Mo. 
1 ndianapoUs. 
Spiceland. 
( ; reeiishoro. 
Pasadena, Cal. 
Muscatine, Iowa. 
KnightstoAvn. 
Spiceland. 



"Dcivascit. 



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1875. 

W. W. Gregg Chicago, III. 

Win. Pidgeon Richland, Iowa. 

frvin Stanley Glen Elder, Kan. 

/877. 

Milton Roberts Ottuniwa, Iowa. 

1878. 

S. Ella Boghe (Dogget) Danville, Va. 

Belle Chambers (Estes) Newcastle. 

J. Pink hoy Mitchell Fresno, Cai. 

Thomas Mitchell Knightstown. 

Mora Moore ( Brady ) Indianapolis. 

John O. Reed K. Saginaw, Mich 

\V i 1 1 ia in S. Sea l ord Spieelaiul. 

Fannie; Thornburg (Parsons) Oak Park, 111. 

1879. 

J. A. Buck Muneio. 

('.arrie. (idodwin (Jeifrey) New Castle. 

Thomas Newlin Newbitrg, Ore. 

1880. 

J. Edgar Cloud Richmond. 

Win, N. Lamb • San Francisco, Cal 

Mattie Lamb Ontland Amboy. 

Ada Grace Murphey New Castle. 

Ida May Roberts Sun River, Mont. 

Emilia Belle Roberts Sun River, Mont. 

Frank Symons Portland, Mo. 

Lamira Trueblood (Kcllurn) Friondswood. 

188 J. 

Oscar 1!. Raker Winchester. 

*Corrie Rogue 

.Minnie Benedict (Blank en ship) Paragon. 

Carrie I'nthank (Kellum) Indianapolis. 

*.Jesse Strattan 

IS8..'. 

♦Arthur II B:iil,v 

.1. New Ion llarnard MiddlOtown. 

Harriet Rogue (Newlin) Indianapolis. 

: 'l)CCC.ISOll. 



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Sniceland 

HattieE. Dickinson [ndianapolis. 

Charles Newlin 

1883. . „ 

. . Washington, L> 

Anna lltldelson (fcostci) Kairmount. 

Ryland Ratlin* Greensboro'. 

.Jnl'ia StalVord (Newby) Meehantcsburg 

Emily Weeks 

1884- 

♦Cora Iviik ..... • • _ Spiceland. 

Ella Strattan (Hoc son) D nhr elih. 

Virginia (;ri.lm( <.ry) Sl >ieela»d 

1-dore Hall (Wilson) Juniata, Neb. • 

William Julian Chicago, 111. 

Charles Newby 

1886. 

Marv I, Brown (Pennington) 

Alfred V. King Spiceland. 

Oliver C.Steele 

1886. 

. ,, •, . Spiceland. 

I, Winnie Bally ;, 1 . . 

,, , Spiceland. 

Mattie E. Brown \ 

UUdiardBroadbent... ;-">•• 

. . Elwood. 

Elbert Grillin 

u i Spiceland. 
Alonzo C. Hodson * 

•John h, McNew . 

,, ,, Marion. 

Russell Rat nil 

1887. 

„, ,, ., ,, Spiceland. 

Herbert T. Bailey * } 

. . ,* ,.,,.,| New Castle. 

Clarence 11. Beaut 

Lindley Compton ,■ 

• c, tu •,♦•«■• • • Omaha, -Neb. 

Lizzie S. Hi alt 

.. Kennardi 

Abrain Miller 

, Zionville. 
Bert Smith 

1888. 

iil.oih. Ballenger (Cunningham) Indianapolis. 

Hsmhah Brown (Stribbiug) ... l**^. 

(.)rynth« Brown (Jester) 1'aytou, Iowa. 

•'Deccasci'l. 



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Jessie Butler ... Lewisvllle. 

John C. Cook Greensboro. 

Clara G. Edwards ( Knight) St. Louis, Mo. 

Klva. Elliott (Gompton) Torhah, Wis. 

Aehsah E. BatcliiT '.. New Castle, 

H. H. Katclilf Spieeland. 

H. H. Bay] Knightstown. 

Charles Stiibbs Spiceland. 

J. A. Greeustreet New Castle. 

1889. 

Laura Benedict Springport. 

Blanch Braddock (NeNew) Greenfield. 

Frank Copeland Dunreith. 

Estclla Deem Spiceland. 

Lawi'ence Gardner Spiceland. 

Gertrude Gordon (Genaux) Spiceland. 

Sue Grillin (Evans) Mt. Summit. 

Otis Ktubbs Lewisvillo. 

Mary White Pasadena, Cal. 



1890. 



L. Etta Butler 

Elmer Deem 

Edwin B. Ratcliff. 
Bennie Strattan . . 
S. E. Stubbs 



Ethel M. Copeland 

Louie Edmund son (Poe) 

Maurine Gardner 

Charles N. Hardy 

O. Alice lliatt ( Barrett) 

Ernest Sisson 

All'red II. Symons . ... 

Mary M. Teas 

Charles Titus 

Herbert 1). Woodward. . 



1891. 



Lewis ville. 

Spiceland. 

Spiceland. 

Spiceland. 

Wilkinson. 

Chicago, 111. 

Spiceland. 

Spiceland. 

Markleville. 

Knightstown. 

Indianapolis. 

Hagerstown. 

I rvington. 

Warrington. 

Fountain City. 



1892. 



Jesse S. Bailey Indianapolis. 

Clara Brown Spiceland. 

Warren T. Evans Minneapolis, Minn. 



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, Lewisville 

John B. Greeustreet Winchester 

Winnie Hinshaw(Milligan) I,ul U ' 

' , Kempton. 

*>» vId M. Kemp Spiceland. 

A' ('-J^-rence. spiceland. 

Kstella Svmons 1 

,,sl , Greensboro. 

Alvin Finch 

Spiceland. 

U( f u \ spic huul. 

Kstella Charles y nwki \om, Cat. 

Floy Hil . o.skaloosa, la. 

Arthur Holloway NV ,stland. 
Looi-aJ.'ssup.. spiceland. 
JohnM.ller Spiceland. 
OtonlXvno.. spiceland. 

l'« ,l,a ,l,iyl ' Greensboro. 

( iconic Smith . ., 

n .. ... Galena, 111. 

Orville White 

189/,. 

• .>i \r (MnnrM ■ • ■ ■ Honolulu, H. 1. 

Minnie Black (Mooie) Spiceland. 

^'f^n . ^Iceland. 

Wnron0 t r YJ^ . .. Markleville. 

H " r T;\Y *Z Spiceland. 
Ida Holloway ■ • I m 

Arlio Hood.. ciav Center, Neb. 

Bertha Jessup .• 

Spiceland. 

Klma Lawrence » 

, ..... Carthage. 

Frank Pitts . . 

MaudeM. Schaffer (Payne) Spiceland. 
1 , ■ Kn "htstown. 
Oscar F. Symons 

1895. , . , . 

,, ; t ,..- • Spiceland. 

Clarence Paintoi 

, ,,, • , , New Lisbon. 

Mabel Wright 

... Spiceland. 
Edgar Cox 1 

•Nellie Batliff 

Howard Henley J ' 'f ' UL . 

Maude Wildman Richmond. 

Frank Hudelson ^ lHys ' . 

. n r „ at{ Greensboro. 

Pearl Mottett 

189(1. 

ir i .. Spiceland. 
Cora Hudson 1 



PvVC.ISCll. 



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Clara White Raysville. 

Elsie Hndeison Greenfield. 

Anna Morris Lineoinville. 

Pearl M, James Lineoinville. 

Mabel Newby (Hood) Spieeland. 

\V. J. Carson Spieeland. 

Nora Gritfln Spieeland. 

Theresa Wfldman Riehniond. 

Iloseoe Edwards Snyder. 

1 m>7. 

Leoti Applegate Spieeland. 

Elva M. Hudson . Spieeland. 

Lois M. Henley Spieeland. 

Fanny Hayes Dunreith. 

Kloy 1 1 udelson Greenfield. 

.Josi<' 15. Harlan Dana. 

.Jessie Leakey New Lisbon. 

Pearl Millikan Spieeland. 

Ethel Rifner Spieeland. 

Mayme Stafford Spieeland. 

Clyde Sisson Spieeland. 

Mi'.Miie St rat ton (Stafford) Spieeland. 

Charlie Smith . . . Ml. Summit. 

Irving- White Lewisviilo. 

Clifford Applegate Spieeland. 

James Holtselaw Spieeland. 

J 5a vis Nay Dunreith. 

Emory Ilateliir < 'adiz. 

Gertrude Seaford Spieeland 

Pearl Syinons Spieela.nd. 

Delia Smith Spring-port. - 

Charles A. Heard Oxford, Engl 

Merritt Stafford Greensboro. 

Cora Smith '. Spring-port. 

Walter Painter . .. Spieeland. 

Bertha. Charles Spieeland. 

Ernest V. Shoekley Stranghn. 

Elsie I,. Shoekley Straughu. 



COURIER COMPANY, PRI N TcR9, NEW CASTLE, 1*0 



d. 



Thirty-first Catalogue 

jt* OF J*J* 

Spiceland Academy 

Jtj* AND 

Normal School 

SPICELAND, INDIANA 



FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR J899-J900 



KauxA of Trustees. 

Elisha B. Ratcliff, President. 
Lizzie E. Holloway, Secretary. 
Martha E. S. Charles, Treasurer 
Herbert T. Baily. 
Terrell Wilson. 
Samukl E. Test. 



■Justmrtnra. 



Murray S. Wilpman, Superintendent 
Ph. B. Earlham College, 1893, 

Psychology and Science. 

Isaoore H. Wilson, 
Earlham College, B. L. 1896, A. M. 1899, 
History and Literature. 

William M. Timmons, 
Indiana State Normal School, 1897, 
Mathematics and Pedagogy. 

Laura B. Laughman, 

Earlham College, A. B. 1S99, 
Latin and Elocution. 

Bertha Butler, 

Librarian . 



©aTcudnr. 



1900. 

Fall Term begins Monday, September 8rd. 
Public Exercises of the First Year Class, December 
21st. 

Fall Term ends Friday, December 21st. 

J90J. 

Winter Term begins Wednesday, January 2nd. 
Oratorial and Declamatory Contest, February 9th. 
Public Exercises of the Junior Class, March 22nd. 
Spring Term begins Tuesday, April 2nd. 
Inter- Academic Contest, April 12th. 
Field Day, June 14th. 
Commencement, June 21st. 



•flistarp. 

CPICELAND ACADEMY is the oldest Academy 
in charge of Friends in Indiana. It was chartered 
as an Academy in 1870, but its history as a Friends' 
school extends over a period of more than sixty years. 
It is under the control of Spiceland Monthly Meeting, 
by which body the Board of Trustees is appointed. 
The teachers are selected by the Trustees. While the 
school is under denominational control, it is not sectarian 
in the least ; its foundation rests upon Christian culture. 
The first class was graduated in 1870, and more than 
8,000 students have received instruction in the school 
since its organization as an Academy. 

Location. 

Spiceland Academy is located in the beautiful town 
of Spiceland, Indiana, in the southern part of Henry 
County, on the Lake Erie and Western Railroad, two 
miles north of Dunreith, on the Pennsylvania Railroad. 
The buildings are situated in the midst of a beautiful 
grove, adjoining which is a large campus, well adapted 
to athletic sports. 

Students may enter at any time, but students coming 
from other schools are required to bring certificates stating 
their literary and moral standing. In the absence of 
approved certificate, examinations will be held and 



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students classified accordingly. Classes in Grammar 
School branches are maintained as demand may justify, 
affording opportunity for preparatory work to students 
who may not be eligible to regular academic standing. 

In general, graduates from the non-commissioned high 
schools of this county can enter the Academy witli a 
credit of six terms' work. Three terms are usually 
required to complete the course. 



Tire (Unursc uf Study. 



The conditions for admission to the First Year class 
are the same as for entrance to the public high schools 
of this state. 

The work for the entire course is briefly outlined as 
follows : 

First ^lear. 

Fall Term. 

Latin — First Latin Book, (Collar and Daniel). 
Alckiika — To Simple Equations, (Wells). 
English 1 Iistory — (Montgomery). 
*English — Principles of Composition. 

Winter Term. 

Latin — (Continued). 
Algkiira — To Radicals. 

History — Civil Government in the United States, (Fiske). 
English — (Continued). 

Spring Term. 
Latin — Chiefly Grammar and Composition. 
Alcichua — To Progressions. 
Zoology — (Selected Text. 
English — Interpretation. 

♦Students regularly classified for Knglish and Literature- will be given class 
instruction i" Elocution at least one a week through two terms. No extra 
charge will be made for this work. 



Second J$euv. 

Fall Term. 

Latin — C:es:ir's Commentaries. 
Geometry — Two books, (Wentworth's). 
Physics — General Principles. 
•English — Original Composition. 

Winter Term. 

Latin — Csesar's Commentaries. 
Geom ictky — Three books. 
History — Greece and Rome, (Myers). 
English — Composition. 

Spring Terra. 

Latin — Caesar, with sight reading. 
Geometry — Solid Geometry, (Wentworth). 
History Medheval and Modern, (Myers). 
English — Composition and interpretation. 

Third %zax. 

Pall Term. 

Latin — Ciero's Orations. 

ClIKMlSTRY — (Coolcy). 

Geology — (Le Conic). 
•Rhetoric — (Genung). 

Winter Term. 

Latin — Virgil's A cue id. 

Astronomy — (Todd) . 

Political Economy — (Walker's Elementary Course. 
Literature — Study of English Classics. 

Spring Term. 

Latin— Virgil continued. 
Psychology — (J lallcck .) 

lloi'ANY — (Wood), 

Litkkaturk — History of English literary periods ami 
writers. 



•Students regularly .classified for I{uglish and Literature will be given class 
instruction in Elocution at least one a week through two terms. No extra 
charge will be made for this work. 



Higher classes in any of the work will be formed 
whenever there is sufficient demand, and tuition will be 
charged at the same rate as for a third year study. 
Satisfactory work in these studies may be substituted for 
work in the regular course at the discretion of the 
Superintendent. 

The above course of study has been prepared with 
reference to the needs of those students who do not 
expect to pursue a college course, but desire to acquire a 
knowledge of those branches which will fit them for 
active life. Special, attention, however, is givrn 
to I'RKi'ARiNt; students eor college, and additional 
work in Latin, Mathematics and other subjects will be 
given when a sufficient number of pupils desire it. 
Graduates are urged to take a college course, and they 
will be admitted to any of the leading colleges in Indiana 
without examination. 

At the close of the winter term the members of the 
Second Year class hold an exhibition, for which each 
member prepares an essay or oration, and the public 
speakers are chosen from the number. 

1'ublic exercises in declamation will be given by the 
First Year class at the end of the fall term. 

English;. 

Besides the usual work in English Grammar, special 
attention is paid to English Composition, which is 
preparatory to the work in Rhetoric. This consists of 
a study of grammatical purity, choice and Use of words, 
and kinds of composition, with practical exercises. 
English and American Literature receive careful atten- 
tion. 



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tatin. 

In order to receive a diploma a student must have done 
three years work in Latin, or, in special cases equiva- 
lents may be taken to fit the student for college. 
Thorough drill on the declension of nouns, adjectives 
and the conjugation of verbs is given, also on the 
application of the rules of construction and the acquiring 
of a vocabularly. The derivation of English words is 
studied, and in the advanced work exercises in sight 
reading and Latin composition are given. It is the 
purpose to invest all the work in Latin wilh a living 
spirit that it may be a means of genuine literary culture 
as well as mental discipline. 

The "First Latin Book," by Collar & Daniel, is used 
as a text in the First Year class. Any of the standard 
editions of the Latin classics may be used in the subse- 
quent work. 

■Jlistnrri. 

A thorough foundation is laid in General History. 
English History. Civil Government and Political 
Economy. It is the purpose of this course to reveal 
the various steps by which the great institutions have 
developed and grown from early times until the present. 

Science. 

The Academy is supplied with sufficient apparatus 
to be a valuable aid in the study of the natural sciences. 
In Natural Philosophy the subject is illustrated by 
many simple pieces of apparatus, besides the air pump, 
electrical machine, batteries, etc. In chemistry students 
do practical work in the laboratory, which is supplied 
with necessary chemicals and apparatus. Geology and 
and Mineralogy are illustrated by a collection of more 
than twelve hundred specimens, presented to the 



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Academy by the Alumni. In Zoology and Botany, 
animals and plants are studied from nature, and systems 
of classifications are made prominent. In all the sciences 
objects are used as much as possible. 

WiUIuiurtttrs. 

The aim in this study is to introduce the student to 
mathematical methods and to develop in him the power 
to reason clearly and accurately on any given problem. 
Algebra is studied throughout the first year of the High 
School, Geometry during the second year. A great 
deal of supplementary work is given in Algebra and 
original exercises are introduced as much as possible 
in Geometry. Astronomy is studied during the winter 
term of the third year. In this subject the work is 
largely descriptive. A good six-inch telescope belongs 
to the Academy. 

Ljitjerarg Expenses. 
Literary exercises are required of students in all grades, 
both in class work and before the public. Care is used 
that students may learn the art of composition and 
public delivery. Essays and declamations are a part of 
the regular school work. 

Olt-atary and £Iocnu'att. 
There is a regularly organized Oratorical Association 
which is associated with similar organizations of students 
of Fainnount, Central and Westfield Academies in the 
Inler-Academic Oratorical Association of Indiana. In 
each school a contest is held in oratory and declamation. 
The successful contestant in each department represents 
his school in an Inter-Academic contest held in April. 
The contest in 1901 will be held at Spiccland. 



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Four sets of Encyclopedias are in the school-rooms, 
and these, with the dictionaries and numerous reference 
books, are for the free use of all. There are three 
libraries in connection with the school, which comprise 
about three thousand volumes, two of them belonging 
to the Literary Society and the other to the Academy 
Association. Additions are made each year. 



Normal jtlrpartnumt. 



For several years past special arrangements have been 
made to give those students desiring to teach the 
opportunity of normal instruction during the spring 
term. A special normal instructor has been employed 
and many students of this and adjoining counties have 
availed themselves of this opportunity. 

The increasing demand for normal work and for a 
more extended course than can be given during the 
spring term has induced the board to add a normal 
department that provides for a full year's work of three 
terms as follows : 



F.U-l. TlSKM ... 


1st Grammar 


1st Arithmetic 


1st U.S. History 


Physiology 


WlNTKR Ti:KM.. 


2<l Grammar 


2<l Arithmetic 


2d U.S. History 


1st Geography 


Spuing Term . . . 


Method 


Rending 


Psychology 


2d Geography 



In the fall term classes will be organized with the 
view of continuing the work throughout the year. 



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During the winter term those having started in the 
fall will advance to the next work in the course. 

In the spring term classes will be provided for those 
beginning the normal work, and for those who have 
done one term's work. It is thus seen . that, all the legal 
branches, Psychology and Method may be had in the 
spring term. 

It is not the purpose of high schools to give students 
a teacher's knowledge of the legal branches. However, 
it is known that many high school graduates desire to 
teach. This course of normal work is especially fit ted 
for this class of students, and for students having 
graduated from common schools, who wish to get a 
more comprehensive knowledge of the legal branches, 
and learn correct methods of teaching them. Psychology, 
Pedagogy and Method will be given to make work 
characteristically professional. 

In the normal course it is not intended to conduct a 
scheme of cramming for examination, .but it is our 
intention to help teachers in their schools quite as much 
as to aid them to get licenses. 

Work will be so arranged that students who desire to 
take part academic work and part normal work will 
be accommodated. 

(£ten:er*l -items. 

The government of the school is based upon the idea 
that manhood is more than scholarship, that self-respect 
and self-control on the part of the student are important 
factors in the formation of character. Greater stress is 
laid upon the thoroughness of instruction and accuracy 
of knowledge than upon rapidity of advancement. 

A daily class record of the work of each pupil is kept. 
This record and the final examination determine the 
recorded grade. 



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For many years the health of students has been 
uniformly good. There is probably no better location 
in the state in this respect. 

The Friends and Methodists both hold religious services 
on the .Sabbath and each maintains a Sabbath-school. 
Meetings of the Young People's Society of Christian 
Endeavor and the Epworth League are held every 
Sabbath evening, and students are welcome to their 
meetings and membership. 

A sufficient number of teachers is constantly employed, 
so that large classes may 1 be avoided, and students may 
receive personal attention during the recitation. 

Expenses are as low as at any oilier school affording 
equal advantages. 

The managers of the school are very careful to make 
this an institution in which students who are away from 
home and its restraints, will be surrounded by good, 
moral influences, and in this they have the co-operation 
of the citizens of the village. 

There are no beer, liquor or billiard saloons in the 
village. 

No students whose influence is known to have a 
corrupting tendency will be retained in the school. 

Siplomn. 

Students whose conduct is exemplary, and who 
complete the course of study and prepare and deliver 
a suitable literary production, will be furnished a diploma, 
signed by the instructors and the President of the .Board 
of Trustees. 

Lcchurrs. 

Students have the opportunity to hear good lectures at 
small expense. Addresses on various subjects are given 
during the year by able speakers. 



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The following lectures and entertainments that are 
specially worthy of mention were given this year : 

"Three Months in the Orient," by Prof. L. J. Rettger, 
State Normal School. 

"German University Life," Prof. Sherman Davis, 
Indiana University. 

"How to Make the Most of Life," L. II. Jones, 
Superintendent of Schools, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Concert by the Juanita Glee Club, of Chicago. 
Concert of the Chicago Glee Club. 

Expenses. 
Rates of Tuition. 

Grammar School, . . four studies, 75 cents per week 

First Year Academic, for each study, 20 " " " 

Second Year Academic, " " " 22iV " " " 

Third Year Academic, " " " 25 " " " 

Normal Classes, " " " 25 " " " 

.Students who enter at irregular times will be charged 
full tuition for the term in case they complete the term's 
work in such manner as to receive credit toward the 
diploma. 

Normal students and others who may not expect to 
earn credit in the regular course will be charged only for 
the time of actual enrollment in classes. 

Occasionally those who are especially strong are 
permitted to earn credits by outside study under the 
supervision of the teachers. For such credits as these 
one-half the regular tuition will be charged. 

Tuition is due at the opening of each term and settle- 
ment should be made with the Superintendent or the 
Treasurer of the Board of Trustees. 



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Guarding. 

The citizens of Spiceland have always given the 
students a hearty welcome by receiving them into their 
homes. The cost of boarding and rooms in private 
families where everything is furnished can be had for 
$2.50 to $3.00 a week. Rooms both furnished and 
unfurnished can be had for from 25 to 50 cents a week 
and table board of excellent qualitv at the rate of $1.50 
for the full week. 

Thus persons who may live near enough to go home 
at the end of each week aiid who wish to economize may 
reduce the cost of living to a very small sum. 

The following schedule gives a reliable estimate of the 
cost of a year at Spiceland Academy : 

High. I,ow. 
Board, 40 weeks, $100 00 $40 00 (Short Week) 

Room Kent, 20 00 20 00 

Tuition, -10 00 (Senior Class) 32 00 (First Year Class 

Books, 12 00 00 

Total, $172 00 $97 00 



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yst of jitiidotts. 



Applegate, Ethel. 
Bazzle, Edgar. 
Benedict, Susan. 
Charles, Cora. 
G ritlin, Connie. 
Gordon, David W. 
Hall, Guy R. 
I (arvey, Edna. 



Byers, Walter. 
Cope, Everett. 
Cornpton, Jennie. 
Edwards, Deborah. 
Edwards, Ethel. 
Hall, Carroll. 
Harvey, Walter B. 



Anderson, Harley. 
Bailey, Jessie. 
Bazzle, Everett. 
Black, Allie. 
Beeson, Josephine. 
Beckett, Nellie. 
Bowles, Raymond. 
Bagne, Annie. 
Corter, Benjamin. 
Edwards, Flora, 
Eastridge, 1 lomer. 
Kike, Leon, 
(i ilbreath, Maude, 



Svnioc (Class. 

Kennedy, Clyde. 
Macy, Clarence. 
Macy, Everett. 
Mills, Carroll. 
Newhy, Cecil. 
Rifner, Jeanette. 
Thornburg, Pernia. 
Thompson, John R. 

jttnniot: Class. 

Lindamood, Harry. 
Millikan, Jennie. 
N'ugcn, Homer. 
Risk, Cora. 
Smith, Manning. 
L'lrich, David. 
Wilson, Walter. 

First %&av (Class. 

I laisley, Fred. 
Johnson, Arthur. 
Kirk, Jennie. 
Lane, Eva. 
Lloyd, Leon. 
Nugen, Linnie. 
Porter, Graham. 
I'oarch, Lester. 
Rifner, Etta. 
Seaford, I loward. 
Seaford, Herbert, 
Stevenson, Frank. 
Smith, Reuel, 



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Gordon, Jessie L, 
GrifHn, Horace. 
Harrold, Ethel. 
Harrison, Hurst. 
Hodson, Arlie. 



Stewart, Clayton 
Trice, Mattie. 
Tackett, Carrie. 
Wilson, Russell. 
Yost, India. 



Norma! |h;p;trtment. 



Allen, Jessie. 
Burt, Etta. 
Charles, Estella. 
Deem, Irene. 
Frazier, Leetha. 
Hartley, Emma. 
Hayes, Bertha. 
Holtsclaw, James. 
Hunnicutt, Miriam. 
Lawrence, Bertha O. 
Maddy, Flem. 
Marshall, Clara. 



Marshall, Nettie. 
Matney, Pearl. 
Mitchell, Fannie. 
Richey, Estella. 
Rinard, Mae. 
Rifner, Ethel. 
Sisson, Clyde. 
Taylor, Mary. 
Wilson, Fred. 
Wisehart, Laura. 
Wright, Clara. 



Adams, Goldie. 
Deem, Herbert. 
Denner, Grace. 



i£t:amtnar Scljocl. 

Harvey, Ethel. 
Hoover, Cliflord. 
Painter, Floyd. 



Bell, Ira. 
Bower, Chester. 
Butler, Bertha. 
Butler, Mary. 
Byrket, Raymond. 
Dickinson, Harriet. 
Gilbert, Belle. 
Griffin, Pearl. 
Hardy, Thomas. 
Hayes, Lillian. 
Millikan, Georgia. 



-Jrrstjutav. 

Newby, Paul. 
Painter, Laura. 
ShalYer, Orabell. 
Sisson, Blanche. 
Stewart, G race. 
Simmons, Lewis. 
Sipe, Vinnedge. 
Taylor, Thomas. 
Trice, Alma E. 
Wilkinson, Tweida. 
Wisehart, Charity. 



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Summarg. 

Seniors, ™ 

Juniors, « 

First Year Class, . . • . 86 

Normal Students, 23 

Grammar Grade, .... 6 

Irregularly Classed, . . • .22 

Total H7 



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1870. 

*Eli U. Cook 

John J. Stubbs Omaha, Neb. 

1871. 

Walter D. Jones Dayton, Ohio. 

*Alvin II. Jenkins 

*I, Macy Good 

C. R. Dixon Lawrence, Kan. 

R. G. Boone i Ypsilanti, Mich. 

Dallas Sisson Spiceland. 

Mary Ballenger (Barnard) New Castle. 

Louisa Wiekershain Lewisville. 

Lida Edwards (Saint) New Castle. 

1872. 

Lindley II. Johnson Dunreith. 

David Henley Spiceland. 

*Jacob Hill 

Henry \V. Painter Spiceland. 

Robert G. Mitchell Pacific Grove, Cal. 

1873. 

*Sadic D. Talbert (Wright) 

. Aaron B. Bell Springtown, Kan. 

*J. Tilman Ilntchins 

John Pennington Providence, R. I. 

Mary Stubbs (Painter) Spiceland. 

Nathan Williams Oswego, Kan. 

Carrie Talbert (Newby) Wichita, Kan. 

1871. 

Alice Collin (Russell) St. Louis, Mo. 

Elvira Spencer (Harrold) Indianapolis. 

J. P. Edwards Spiceland. 

William S. Moflit Greensboro. 

Edwin O. Kennard Pasadena, Cal. 

Nathan Rosenberger Muscatine, Iowa. 

W. E. Jackson KnightstowB. 

1). C. Mitchell Spiceland. 



♦Deceased. 



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1876. 



W. W. Gregg Chicago, 111. 

Wm, Pidgeon Richland, Iowa. 

Irvin Stanley Glen Elder, Kan. 

1877. 

Milton Roberts .Ottumwa, Iowa. 

1878. 

S. Ella Bogue (Dogget) Danville, Va. 

Belle Chambers (Estes) New Castle. 

J. Pinkney Mitchell Fresno, Cal. 

Thomas Mitchell Knightstown. 

Flora Moore (Brady) Indianapolis. 

John O. Reed E. Saginaw, Mich. 

William S. Seaford Spiceland. 

Fannie Thornburg (Parsons) Oak Park, 111. 

1879. 

J. A. Buck Muncie. 

Carrie Goodwin (Jeffrey) New Castle. 

Thomas Newlin Newburg, Ore. 

1880. 

J. Edgar Cloud Richmond. 

Wm. N. Lamb San P"rancisco,Cal. 

Mattie Lamb Outland Amboy. 

Ada Grace Murphey New Castle. 

Ida May Roberts Sun River, Moni. 

Emma Belle Roberts Sun River, Mont. 

Frank Symons Portland, Me. 

Lamira Trueblood (Kellum) Friendswood. 

1881. 

Oscar R. Baker Winchester. 

*Corrie Bogue 

Minnie Benedict (Blankenship) Paragon. 

Carrie Unthank (Kellum) Indianapolis. 

*Jessie Strattan 

1882. 

*Arthur II. Baily. 

J. Newton Barnard Middletown. 

Harriet Bogue (Newlin) Indianapolis. 

♦Deceased. 



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Hattie E. Dickinson Spiceland. 

Charles Newlin Indianapolis. 

1883. 

Anna Iludelson (Foster) Washington, D.C. 

Ryland Ratliff Fairmount. 

Jnlia Stafford (Newby) Greensboro. 

Emily Weeks Mechanicsburg. 

1884. 

*Cora Kirk 

Ella Stratton (Hodson) Spiceland. 

Virginia Griffin (Cory) Dunreith. 

Isadore Hall (Wilson) Spiceland. • 

William Julian ', Juniata, Feb. 

Charles Newby Chicago, 111. 

1885. 

Mary L. Brown (Pennington) Spiceland. 

Alfred Y. King Weaver. 

Oliver C. Steele . .Spiceland. 

1886. 

L. Winnie Rally Spiceland. 

Mattie E. Brown Spiceland. 

Richard Broad bent Elwood. 

Elbert Griffin Elwood. 

Alon/.o C. Hodson Spiceland. 

*john L. McNcw 

Russell RatliiT Marion. 

1887. 

Herbert T. Bailey Spiceland. 

Clarence H. Beard New Castle. 

Anna K. Bogue (Shaffer) Spiceland. 

Lindley Compton Toniah, Wis. 

Lizzie S. Hiatt Omaha, Neb. 

AUrani Miller Kennard. 

Bert Smith Zionville. 

1888. 

Rhoda Ballenger (Cunningham) Indianapolis. 

Hannah Brown (Stribbing) Dexter, Iowa. 

Oryntlm Brown (Jester) Payton, Iowa 

*J>ec<j;isi il. 



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Jessie Butler Lewisville. 

John C. Cook Greensboro. 

Clara G. Edwards (Knight) St. Louis, Mo. 

Elva Elliott (Compton) Tomah, Wis. 

Achsah E. Ratelili .New Castle. 

H. H, Ratclill Spiceland. 

H. II. Rayl Knightstown. 

Charles Stubbs Spiceland. 

J. A. Greenstreet New Castle. 

1889. 

Laura Benedict Springport. 

Blanch Braddock (McNew) Greenfield. 

Frank Copeland Dunreith. 

Estella Deem Spiceland. 

Lawrence Gardner . Spiceland. 

Gertrude Gordon (Genaux) Spiceland. 

Sue Griffin (Evans) .... :Mt. Summit. 

Otis Stubbs .Lewisville. 

Mary White Pasadena, Cal. 

1800. 

L. Etta Butler Lewisville. 

Elmer Deem Spiceland. 

Edwin B. RatclilT Spiceland. 

Bennie St rattan Spiceland. 

S. E. Stubbs Wilkinson. 

1.8.01. 

Ethel M. Copeland Chicago, III. 

Louie Edmundson (Poe) Spiceland. 

Maurine Gardner Spiceland. 

Charles N. Hardy Markleville. 

O. Alice Hiatt (Barrett).. Knightstown. 

Ernest Sisson Indianapolis. 

Alfred II. Symons Hagerstown. 

Mary M. Teas Irvington. 

Charles Titus Warrington. 

Herbert I). Woodward Fountain City. 

18»2. 

|esse S. Bailey Indianapolis. 

Clara Brown Spiceland. 

Warren T. Evans Minneapolis, Minn. 



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John B. Greenstreet Lewisville. 

Windie Minshaw (Milligan) Winchester. 

David M. Kemp Kempton. 

Alice C. Lawrence Spiceland. 

Estella Symoris Spiceland. 

Alvin Ulrich Greensboro. 

1893. 

Oscar Bogue Spiceland. 

Estella Charles Spiceland. 

Floy Hill Pasadena, Cal. 

Arthur llolloway Oskaloosa, la. 

Leora Jessup ' Westland. 

John Miller Spiceland. 

Olen Payne Spiceland. 

Lena Rayl Spiceland. 

George Smith Greensboro. 

Orville White Galena, 111. 

1891. 

Minnie Black (Moore) Honolulu, H. I. 

Bessie 1. Brown Spiceland. 

Clarence V. Hall Spiceland. 

Horace 1 lardy Markleville. 

Ida 1 followay Spiceland. 

Arlie Hood Chicago, 111. 

Bertha Jessup Clay Center, Neb. 

Ehna Lawrence Spiceland. 

Frank Pitts Carthage. 

Maude M. Schaffer (Payne) Spiceland. 

Oscar F. Symons Knightstown. 

1895. 

Clarence Painter Spiceland. 

Mabel Wright New Lisbon. 

Edgar Cox Spiceland. 

♦Nellie RatclifT 

Howard Henley Joliet, 111. 

Maude Wildman Richmond. 

Frank lludelson Mays. 

Pearl MolTett Greensboro 

1890. 

Cora Hudson Spiceland. 

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Clara White Raysv.lle. 

Elsie lludelson Greenfield 

Anna Morris..' Linco nvi e. 

Pearl M. James Lincolnville. 

Mabel Newby (Hood) • • .Spiceland. 

W.J.Carson Spiceland. 

Nora Griiun Spiceland 

Theresa Wildman Richmond. 

Roscoe Edwards Snyder. 

1897. 

Leoii Applegate Spiceland. 

Elva M. Hudson Spiceland. 

Lois M. Henley Spiceland. 

,..,„.. Dunreith. 

Vanny Hayes 

Floy lludelson Greenfield. 

Josie 15. Harlan " a » a - 

Jessie Leakey New LisborK 

Pearl Millikan Spiceland. 

Ethel Rifner Spiceland. 

Mayme Stafford Spiceland. 

Clyde Sisson Spiceland. 

Minnie Stratton (StafTord) Spiceland. 

Charlie White Mt. Summit. 

Irving White Lewisville. 

1898. 

Clifford Applegate Spiceland. 

. ,. i t „,.i„.„ Spiceland. 

lames I loltsclaw 1 

' . K1 Dunreith. 

Bavis Nay 

Emory RatclilT Cadlz ; 

Gertrude Seaford Spiceland. 

Pearl Symons Spiceland. 

Lelia Smith Springport. 

Charles A. Hoard Oxford, England. 

Merritt StafTord Greensboro. 

Cora Smith , Springport. 

Walter Painter Spiceland. 

Bertha Charles Spiceland. 

Ernest V. Shockley Straughn. 

Elsie L. Shockley Straughn. 



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1899. 

Bessie Haisley Spiceland. 

Bertha O. Lawrence Spiceland. 

Florence O. Macy Lewisville, Ind. 

Earl MofTett Greensboro, Ind. 

Walter M. Pearce New Castle, Ind. 

Orabell Shaffer New Castle, Ind. 




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